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Full text of "School of Medicine Catalog 1952-1956"

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September, 1932 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



SCHOOL OF 



MEDICINE 




CATALOGUE 

& 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 



522 W. LOMBARD STREET, BALTIMORE 1, MD. 



NOTE 

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lists of namefhave been ma^e as accurate as possible, but the nght is reserved to 
ml changes whenever it is expedient. Accordingly, the informaUon provided ma> 
not be accurate, in every instance, for the period involved. 



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September, 195 2l 




Announcements for 



The One Hundred Forty-Seventh Academic Session 
1952-1953 



Catalogue of 

The One Hundred Forty-Sixth Academic Session 

1951-1952 



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CALENDAR 



1952 


1953 


1954 


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30 


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19 


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28 


16 


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18 


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CALENDAR 
Academic Year — September 18, 1952 to June 6, 1953 



1952 
September 8, 9, 10 



Re-examinations for advancement 



FIRST SEMESTER— September 18, 1952 to January 24, 1953 

September 16 Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen & sophomores 
September 17 Wednesday *Registration, payment of fees, all other students 
September 18 Thursday Instruction begins at 8:30 a.m. 
November 25 Tuesday Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 

Thanksgiving Holiday 
December 1 Monday Instruction resumed 

December 20 Saturday Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 

Christmas Holiday 

1953 

January 5 

January 19 

to 

January 24 



January 
February 
February 
April 

April 
April 
April 
May 
May 
May 

May 

June 
June 



Monday Instruction resumed 

Monday Midyear examinations 

*Payment of fees for second semester 
Saturday First semester completed, 2:00 p.m. 

SECOND SEMESTER— January 26 to June 6, 1953 

26 Monday Instruction begins at 8:30 a.m. 

23 Monday Holiday — Washington's Birthday 

24 Tuesday Instruction resumed 

2 Thursday Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 

Easter Holiday 
7 Tuesday Instruction resumed 

28 Tuesday \ Juniors and Seniors excused to attend annual meetings 

29 Wednesday/ of the Medical & Chirurgical Faculty 
18 Monday Junior examinations begin 

23 Saturday Senior classes cease at 5:00 p.m. 

25 Monday Junior examinations continue 

Sophomore and Freshman examinations begin 

30 Saturday Holiday — Memorial Day 

1 Monday Announcement of graduates 

6 Saturday Commencement 

Second Semester completed at 12:30 p.m. 



1953 
September 7, < 
September 15 
September 16 
September 17 



PARTIAL CALENDAR FOR 1953-1954 

, 9 Re-examinations for advancement 

Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen & sophomores 

Wednesday ^Registration, payment of fees, all other students 

Thursday Instruction begins at 8:30 a.m. 



* A student who fails to register prior to or within the day or days specified will be 
called upon to pay a late registration fee of five dollars ($5,00). The last day of registra- 
tion with fee added to regular charges is Saturday of the week in which registration begins. 

The offices of the registrar and comptroller are open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., 
and Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. 

5 



ORGANIZATION 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Harry Clifton Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc, President and Executive Officer 

BOARD OF REGENTS 

Term Expires 

William P. Cole, Jr., Chairman Baltimore 1958 

J. Milton Patterson, Treasurer Baltimore 1953 

B. Herbert Brown, Jr Baltimore 1960 

Edward F. Holter Middletown 1959 

Louis L. Kaplan Baltimore 1961 

E. Paul Knotts Denton 1954 

Arthur O. Love joy Baltimore 1960 

Charles P. McCormick Baltimore 1957 

Harry H. Nuttle Denton 1957 

Philip C. Turner Parkton 1959 

Mrs. John L. Whitehurst Baltimore 1956 

Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor of the State for terms of 
nine years each, beginning the first Monday in June. 

The President of the University of Maryland is, by law, Executive Officer of the 
Board. 

A regular meeting of the Board is held the third Friday in each month, except 
during the months of July and August. 

Each school has its own Advisory Board, Council, or Committee composed of 
the Dean and members of its faculty, which controls the internal affairs of tha 
group it represents. 

The University has the following educational organizations: 

At Baltimore The College of Business and Public 

Administration 
The School of Dentistry The College of Education 

The School of Law The Glenn L. Martin College of 

The School of Medicine Engineering and Aeronautical 

The School of Nursing Sciences 

The School of Pharmacy The College of Home Economics 

The College of Special and Continuation Studies The Graduate School 

(Baltimore Division) The College of Military Science 

The College of Physical Education, 
Recreation and Health 
At College Park ^j^^ College of Special and Con- 

The College of Agriculture tinuation Studies 

The College of Arts and Sciences The Summer School 

ADMINISTRATFV^E OFFICERS 
School of Medicine 

H. C. Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc President of the University 

H. Boyd Wylie, M.D Dean 

Edgar F. Long, Ph.D Dean of Students 

Alma H. Preinkert, M.A Registrar 

G. Watson Algire, M.S Director of Admissions 

7 



SCHOOL ^/MEDICINE 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE 
EMERITI 

J. M. H. Rowland, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus; Dean, Emeritus 

Henry J. Walton, M.D Professor of Roentgenology, Emeritus 

Page Edmunds, M.D Professor of Traumatic Surgery, Emeritus 

Ruth Lee Briscoe Librarian, Emeritus 

Harvey G. Beck, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Clinical Medicine, Emeritus^ 

Irving J. Spear, M.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

Carl L. Davis, M.D Professor of Anatomy, Emeritus 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Surgery, Emeritus 

Clyde A. Clapp, M.D Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 

Andrew C. Gillis, M.A., M.D., LL.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

Edgar B. Friedenwald, M.D Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Emeritus 

ADVISORY BOARD OF THE FACULTY 



Dean H. Boyd Wylee, Chairman 

O. G. Harne, Secretary 

George H. Buck, Ex Officio Member 



William R. Amberson 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Walter A. Baetjer 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Otto C. Brantigan 
Raymond M. Burgison 
Howard M. Bubert 
T. Nelson Carey 
C. Jelleff Carr 
Carl Dame Clarke 
Richard G. Coblentz 
Beverley C. Compton 
Edward F. Cotter 
Charles N. Davidson 
John DeCarlo, Jr. 
Louis H. Douglass 
C. Reid Edwards 



Monte Edwards 
Frederick P. Ferguson 
Frank H. J. Figge 
Jacob E. Finesinger 
A. H. Finkelstein 
Russell S. Fisher 
Gordon E. Gibbs 
Maurice H. Greenhill 
Frank W. Hachtel 
Edward J. Herbst 
Harry C. Hull 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Frank D. Kaltreider 
James R. Karns 
Walter L. Kilby 
Edward A. Kitlowski 



F. Edwin Knowles 
Vernon E. Krahl 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
Louis A. M. Krause 
Philip F. Lerner 
Edward A. Looper 
William S. Love, Jr. 
John F. Lutz 
Henry J. L. Marriott 
Zachariah Morgan 
Theodore H. Morrison 
H. Whitman Newell 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 
D. J. Pessagno 
H. R. Peters 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
J. Morris Reese 



6 Died Oct. 30, 195L 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



Charles A. 

Reifschneider 
Dexter L. Reimann 
Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 
Milton S. Sacks 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Andrew G. Smith 
Dietrich C. Smith 
Frederick B. Smith 



Hugh R. Spencer 
Edward Steers 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
Matthew L. Taback 
W. Houston Toulson 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Raymond E. Vanderlinde 
Allen F. Voshell 



' William R. Amberson 
J. Edmund Bradley 
u'Louis H. Douglass 
^. Reid Edwards 
wJacob E. Finesinger 

Wl?RANK W. HacHTEL 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE 

0. G. Harne, Assistant 
to the Dean, Secretary 
' J. Mason Hundley 

^iVALTER L. KiLBY 

'T. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
wJ'bHN C. Krantz, Jr. 



John A. Wagner 
C. Gardner Warner 
John I. White 
Huntington Williams 
Walter D. Wise 
Theodore E. Woodward 
Thomas C. Wolff 
George H. Yeager 
Waitman F. Zinn 

FACULTY 

•^Maurice C. Pincoffs 

^ Emil G. Schmidt 

1- Hugh R. Spencer 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
H. Boyd Wylie, Dean 
Chairman 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

PROFESSORS 

Myron S. Aisenberg, D.D.S., Professor of Pathology, School of Dentistry. 

William R. Amberson, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Head of the Department. 

Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery. ^^ 

Joseph C. Biddix, Jr., D.D.S., Professor of Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry. 

J. Edmund Bradley, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics and Head of the Department. 

Otto C. Brantigan, B.S., M.D., Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Clinical and Thoracic 

Surgery. 
T. Nelson Carey, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
C. Jelleff Carr, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology. 

Richard G. Coblentz, M.A., M.D., Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery. 
Edward C. Dobbs, D.D.S., Professor of Pharmacology, School of Dentistry. 
Brice M. Dorsey, D.D.S., Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Head of the Department. 
Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Professor of Surgery and Acting Head of the Department. 
Monte Edwards, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery and Professor of Proctology. 

It is to be noted that for convenience of reference the names of the mem- 
bers of the Faculty are listed in the forepart of this catalogue in alphabetical 
order. The names are listed in order of seniority under each preclinical and 
clinical department of the school on subsequent pages. 

On the lists of the Faculty of Medicine and Fellows and the Hospital and Dispensary 
staffs are given the names and positions assigned during the period July 1, 1952 to June 30. 
1953 unless otherwise indicated. Changes are noted as follows: 

* Appointments effective July 1, 1952. 

* Promotions effective July 1, 1952. 
' Resignations. 

3* Resigned April 3, 1952. 

* Retirements. 

* Deaths. 

* Leave of absence. 



10 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Ray Ehrensberger, Ph.D., Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences. 

Lloyd D. Felton, A.B., D.Sc, M.D., Visiting Research Professor of Bacteriology. '% 

Frank H. J. Figge, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Jacob E. Finesinger, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Department. 

Russell S. Fisher, B.S., M.D., Professor and Head of the Division of Legal Medicine.' 

Grason W. Gaver, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Prosthetics, School of Dentistry. 

Frank W. Hachtel, M.D., Professor of Bacteriology and Head of the Department. 

Harry C. Hull, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Gynecology and Head of the Department. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

F. L. Jennings, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

C. Loring Joslin, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics. 

Walter L. Kilby, M.D., Professor of Roentgenology and Head of the Department. 

Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D., Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery. 

John C. Krantz, Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Pharmacology and Head of the Depart- 
ment. 

Louis A. M. Krause, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Kenneth D. Legge, M.D., Professor of Clinical Urology. 

Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph., Professor of Otolaryngology and Head of the Depart- 
ment. 

Theodore H. Morrison, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

Alfred T. Nelson, M.D., Professor of Anaesthesiology and Head of the Department.^ 

Ernest B. Nuttall, D.D.S., Professor of Crown and Bridge, School of Dentistry. 

Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology. 

D. J. Pessagno, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

H. Raymond Peters, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Maurice C. Pincofifs, B.S., M.D., Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department. 

Kyrle W. Preis, D.D.S., Professor of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry.^ 

Kenneth V. Randolph, D.D.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry. 

Charles A. Reifschneider, M.D., Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery. 

John R. Reid, Ph.D., Visiting Professor of Psychiatry. 

Harry L. Rogers, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D., Professor of Dermatology. 

Emil G. Schmidt, Ph.D., LL.B., Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the De- 
partment. 

Dietrich Conrad Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Assistant Director Post- 
graduate Committee. 

Hugh R. Spencer, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

W. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D., Professor of Urology. 

I. Ridgeway Trimble, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Eduard Uhlenhuth, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department. 

Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Huntington Williams, M.D., Dr. P.H., Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Walter D. Wise, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery and Director of Clinical 
Research. 

Waitman F. Zinn, M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology. 

3» Resigned Mar. 31, 1952. 



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ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Merle Ansberry, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences. 

James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D., Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

H. M. Bubert, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Thomas R. Chambers, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Carl Dame Clarke, Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Charles N. Davidson, M.D., Associate Professor of Roentgenology. 

Ross Da vies, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

J. S. Eastland, M.D., Associate Professor ot Medicine. 

Francis A. Elliss, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology .2 

A. H. Finkelstein, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Leon Freedom, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology. 

Frederick P. Ferguson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 

William L. Garlick, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery and Associate 

in Surgery .2 
Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Gordon E. Gibbs, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatric 

Research. 
Maurice H. Greenhill, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry.'-* 
Lewis P. Gundry, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
0. G. Hame, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Asst. to the Dean. 
Edward J. Herbst, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry .2 
Hugh H. Hicks, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Periodontology, School of Dentistry. 
Cyrus F. Horine, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Albert Jaffe, M.D,, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 
Edward S. Johnson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Wedon Johnson, A.B., M.D,, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology .^^ 
D. Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Fayne A. Kayser, M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 
Vernon E. Krahl, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Frederick T. Kyper, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Otolaryngolog>'. 
R. W. Locher, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
William S. Love, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Charles W. Maxson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Walter C. Merkel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

Samuel Morrison, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Gastro-enterology. 
James W. Nelson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
H. Whitman Newell, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
C. W. Peake, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
J. Morris Reese, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Dexter L. Reimann, B. S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology.'^ 
Ida M. Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S., Associate Professor of Library Science. 
Milton S. Sacks, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of Clinical Pathology, 

Associate in Pathology. 
Isadore A. Siegel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics.^ 
Frederick B. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 



Resigned March 12, 1952. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

William H. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Edward Steers, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology. 

George F. Sutherland, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry.!^ 

Lewis C. Toomey, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistr>'. 

J. McCuIlough Turner, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology.^ 

Henry F. Ulb^ch, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

W. Wallace Walker, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

C. Gardner Warner, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

William H. F. Warthen, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene & Public Health. 

T. Conrad Wolff, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of 

Physical Diagnosis. 
Theodore E. Woodward, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine 
Robert B. Wright, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 



ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine.'^ 

Donald J. Barnett, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

Eugene S. Bereston, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology .2 

Annie M. Bestebreurtje, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.^* 

H. F. Bongardt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Leo Brady, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Simon H. Brager, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Raymond M. Burgison, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Beverley C. Compton, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Ernest I. Combrooks, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Edward F. Cotter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate in Neurology. 

J. G. N. Gushing, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

John DeCarlo, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

William K. Diehl, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology and Director Gynecological 

Oncology.! 
Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gjmecology. 
Stanley H. Durlacher, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine.*- ^ 
William W. Elgin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Maurice Feldman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Jerome Fineman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Wetherbee Fort, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Frank J. Geraghty, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Francis W. Gillis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology. 
Samuel S. Click, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
George Govatos, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 



Effective appointment dates : Associate Professors. 

i» February 1, 1952. 

lb May 1, 1952. 

3» Resigned Aug. 31, 1952. 



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Robert G. Grenell, B.A., M.Sc, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Psychiatric Research. 

John F. Hogan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology. 

James R. Karns, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine^ and Director Student 
Health Service. 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman 
of the Department. 

H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

C. Edward Leach, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Philip L. Lerner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 

Ephriara T. Lisansky, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine and Associate in Psy- 
chiatry. 

Hans W. Loewald, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

John F. Lutz, A.B,, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 

Henry J. L. Marriott, A.M., B.M., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Howard B. Mays, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Instructor in 
Urology and Pathology. 

W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. 

Karl F. Mech, B.S,, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 

Zachariah Morgan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

Hugh B. McNally, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 

Harry M. Murdock, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

George McLean, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

I. O. Ridgely, M.S., M.D,, Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

William F. Rienhoff, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Robert A. Reiter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

R. C. V. Robinson, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology .^ 

John E. Savage, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 

Sidney Scherlis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine,^ and Associate in Pediatrics. 

Kathyrn L. Schultz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Theodore A. Schwartz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. 

William M. Seabold, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

William B. Settle, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy and Associate in Surgery. 

Albert Shapiro, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology .^ 

Arthur G. Siwinski, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Andrew G. Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. 

Edward P. Smith, M.D., Ph.G., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Sol Smith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Matthew L. Taback, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Harry Teitelbaum, B.S., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 

Isidore William Towlen, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology. ^ 

Raymond E. Vanderlinde, A.B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry. 

Philip S. Wagner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Gibson J. Wells, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

John I. White, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology .^ 

Milton J. Wilder, M.D., Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery. 

Israel Zeligman, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology .^ 

Effective appointment dates: Assistant Professors. 
i-Oct. 1, 1951. 



14 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

ASSOCIATES 

Conrad B. Acton, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Instructor in Pathology. 

Leon Ashman, B.S., M.D., Associate in IN-Iedicine. 

J. Tyler Baker, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Margaret B. Ballard, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Charles P. Barnett, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Robert E. Bauer, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Edmund G. Beacham, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Robert Z. Berry, A.B., M.D., Associate in Otolaryngolog>\ 

Louis V. Blum, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Harry C. Bowie, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgical Anatomy. 

Keimeth B. Boyd, A.B., M.D., Associate in G>Tiecology. 

Frank J. Brady, M.D., Associate in Anaesthesiology.^ 

Charles Bramble, A.M., Ph.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Henry A. Briele, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 

William R. Bundick, M.D., Associate in Dermatology, 

Harold H. Bums, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

M. Paul Byerly, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Richard A. Carey, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Osborne D. Christensen, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Jonas Cohen, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Edward R. Dana, A.B., M.D., Associate in Roentgenology. 

John B. DeHoff, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

John M. Dennis, B.S., M.D., Associate in Radiology .^ 

Francis G. Dickey, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

D. McClelland Dixon, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

William G. Ebeling IH, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine.'- ^* 

J. J. Erwin, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

L. K. Fargo, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

William L. Fearing, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 

Donald E. Fisher, M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

WilHam H. Fisher, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 

Samuel L. Fox, Ph.G., B.S., M.D., Associate in Otolaryngology, and Instructor in 
Physiology. 

Irving Freeman, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Henry C. Freimuth, Ph.D., Associate in Legal Medicine. 

Joseph E. Fumari, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Director, Medical Out-Patient De- 
partment.^ 

John S. Haines, M.D.,^ Associate in Urology. 

Alvin J. Hartz, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Raymond F. Helfrich, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

W. Grafton Herspberger, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Henry W. J. Holljes, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Director Medical Care Clinic. 

Z. Vance Hoop)er, M.D., Associate in Gastro-Enterology. 

Clewell Howell, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Benjamin H. Isaacs, A.B., M.D., Associate in Otolaryngology. 

^ On leave July 1, to Oct. 1, 1952. 



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Meyer W. Jacobson, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Joseph V. Jerardi, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
Hugh J. Jewett, M.D., Associate in Urology. 
Arthur Karfgin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Walter Karfgin, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Joseph 1. Kemler, M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 
Albert W. Kitts, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Pediatrics. 
Louis B. Kroll, A.B,, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 
Elizabeth LaForge, M.S.S., Associate in Psychiatric Social Work. 
Samuel Legum, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Richard Lindenberg, M.D., Associate in Legal Medicine.^*^ 
H. Edmund Levin, M.D., Associate in Bacteriology. 
Kurt Levy, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
William B. Long, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 
William V. Lovitt, Jr., B.S., M.D., Associate in Legal Medicine." 
H. Patterson Mack, M.D., Associate in Anatomy .s*' 
G. Bowers Mansdorfer, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
I. H. Maseritz, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
William J. McClaflferty, M.D., Associate in Legal Medicine. 
George G. Merrill, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 
Lyle J. Millan, M.D., Associate in Urology. 
Frank K. Morris, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 
J, Huff Morrison, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 
S. Edwin Muller, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Patrick C. Phelan, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Anatomy. ^ 
Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Associate in Surgical Anatomy and Assistant in Surgery. 
J. Emmett Queen, M.D., Associate in Medicine." 

Herbert E. Reif Schneider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 
Martin A. Robbins, M.D., Associate in Urology." 
William M. Seabold, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
Lawrence M. Serra, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Benedict Skitarelic, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pathology. 
Milchijah Spragins, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics.^ 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Raymond K. Thompson, B.S., M.D., Associate in Neurosurgery and Director of Neuro- 
logical Research. 
Wilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Isadore Tuerk, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry. 
William K. Waller, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Arthur Ward, M.D., Associate in Otolaryngology. 
Daniel Wilfson, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Austin H. Wood, M.D., Associate in Urology. 
John D. Young, Jr., M.D., Associate in Urology.^ 
Joseph B. Workman, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Effective appointment dates: Associates 
Id May 1, 1952 to March 31, 1953. 
5 Died Feb. 28, 1952. 
6b On military leave, Aug. 15, 1952. 



16 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

LECTURERS 

Harold E. Himwich, M.D., Lecturer in Physiology and Psychiatry.' 

Amedeo S. Marrazzi, M.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology. 

Joijeph M. Miller, M.D., Lecturer in Surgery. 

William H. Summerson, Ph.D., Lecturer in Biological Chemistry. 

J. Henry Wills, Ph.D., Lecturer in Physiology.' 

INSTRUCTORS 

A. Russell Anderson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
David Bacharach, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology.^" 

Ruth W. Baldwin, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics and Director Pediatric Seizure Clinic' 
Jeanne Ann Barry, A.B., Junior Instructor in Physiology. 

Harry McB. Beck, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology, and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Klaus W. Berblinger, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.i^^-^ 
Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 
Melvin N, Borden, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.^ 

Thomas S. Bowyer, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
John T. Brackin, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Roentgenology. 
George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Ann Virginia Brown, A.B., Instructor in Biological Chemistry. 
J. E. Brumback Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
William J. Bryson, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Bernard Burgin, A.B., Md., Instructor in Medicine,^ 
Enoch Calloway, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Lester H. Caplan, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. ^ 

Joseph P. Cappuccio, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
John W. Chambers, M.D., Instructor in Neurosurgery, Assistant in Surgery. 
Thomas A. Christensen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Morris M. Cohen, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
Herbert B. Copeland, M.D., Instructor in Roentgenology.^ 
Joseph M. Cordi, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
John F. Cox, III, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 
Robert M. N. Crosby, M.D., Instructor in Neurosurgery.^ 

Richard J. Cross, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. 
Raymond M. Cunningham, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Proctology and Pa- 
thology; Assistant in Surgery. 
George H. Davis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 
John R. Davis, M.D,, Instructor in Medicine. 

W. Allen Deckert, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Surgery. 
Michael L. DeVincentis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery .2 
William A. Dodd, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology, and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
William C. Duffy, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Ernest S. Edlow, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Maurice Feldn>an, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Edward G. Field, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.'^ 



9 Resigned Sept. 4, 1951. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 17 

Morris A. Fine, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

William N. Fitzpatrick, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry^- ^ 

Philip D. Flynn, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Paul N. Friedman, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Joseph E. Furnari, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Perry O. Futterman, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology and Obstetrics, Assistant in 

Gynecology. 
Richard M. Garrett, M.D., Instructor in Surgical Anatomy .2 
Jason H. Gaskel, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Howard Goodman, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.^ 
Louis E. Goodman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
H. L. Granoflf, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Isaac Gutman, Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Samuel J. Hankin, M.D. Instructor in Medicine. 
Charles W. Hawkins, M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 
Mary L. Hayleck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Robert F. Healy, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Donald B. Hebb, M.D., Instructor in Proctology and Assistant in Surgery and Thoracic 

Surgery. 
William G. Helfrich, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
L. Ann Hellen, B.S., Instructor in Medicine. 
Sylvia Himmelfarb, A.B., Instructor in Physiology. 

Mark B. Hollander, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology and Syphilology. 
DeWitt T. Hunter, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy.^ 
Calvin Hyman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Conrad L. Inman, D.D.S., Instructor in Anesthesiology, School of Dentistry. 
Marshall I. Kader, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Edward S. Kallins, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
William H. Kammer, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Harry F. Kane, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Pathology. 
Clyde F. Kams, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Irvin B. Kemick, B.S., Ph.G., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Lauriston L. Keown, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 
Leon A. Kochman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Schuyler G. Kohl, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 
Edward L. J. Kreig, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
A. Kremen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Arnold F. Lavenstein, Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Algert P. Lazauskas, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Franklin E. Leshe, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 
F. Ford Loker, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Helen I. Maginnis, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Charles B. Marek, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Marion W. Mathews, A.B., M.S., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Robert E. McCafferty, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy, 
Francis J. McLaughlin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

s Died June 4, 1952. 



18 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

D. J. McHenry, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology/ 

Jos6 Medina, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Israel P. Meranski, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

James P. Miller, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery.^ 

Stanley Miller, B.A., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^'i 

Donald W. Mintzer, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.' 

J. Duer Moores, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

William H. Mossberg, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Neurosurgery,' 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Ruth Musser, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

John A. Myers, M.E.E., M.D., Instructor in Medicine, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology, 

James J. Nolan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Samuel Novey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

John S. Osborne, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Frank J. Otenasek, M.D., Instructor in Neuro-Surgery. 

Robert T. Parker, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Samuel E. Proctor, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

James H. Ramsey, M.D., Instructor in Pathology .' 

Daniel R. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Robert C. Rodgers, M.D., Instructor in Pathology.'^ • ^ 

John D. Rosin, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Proctology.' 

Seymour W. Rubin, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

William J. Rysanek, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

John F. Schaefer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Leonard ScherHs, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine' and Pediatrics. 

J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

Charles E. Shaw, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Joseph C. Sheehan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology • 

Robert C. Sheppard, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Jerome Sherman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Albert J. Shochat, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gastro-Enterology. 

George W. Smith, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, Assistant in Neuro-Surgery.* 

Ruby A. Smith, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Merrill J. Snyder, B.S., Instructor in Bacteriology. 

Nathan Snyder, Ph.G., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy.^ 

Stuart D. Sunday, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

William T. Supik, M.D., Instructor in Proctology. 

Virginia Suttenfield, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry .^ 

Robert B. Tunney, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Roy B. Turner, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology, and Neuro -Anatomy. 

William D. VandeGrift, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Edmond G. Vanden Bosche, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery School of Dentistry. 

Stephen J. Van Lill, III, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Frederick J. VoUmer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Gladys E. Wadsworth, B.S., M.A., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Charles Herman Williams, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 



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Frederick S. Wolf, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 
Harold L. Zupnick, M.D., Instructor in Surgery .^ 

ASSISTANTS 

Robert C. Abrams, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Fred B. Agee, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jos6 A. Alvarez, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 

John J. Angelo, M.D., Assistant in Plastic Surgery.^ 

A. Maynard Bacon, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^'' 

Nancy M. Balchun, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine.'^ 

Harry McB. Beck, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Harold P. Biehl, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Joseph C. Blazek, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

Jane L. Bleakley, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Jenifred S. Boehm, A.B., Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine.^* 

Frances C. Brown, A.B., Assistant in Physiology .^ 

A. V. Buchness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

L. T. Chance, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

James N, Cianos, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Raymond J. Clayton, Jr., Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Harry Cohen, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Pathology. 

Sarah Cook, A.B., M.D., Assistant Director Post Graduate Medicine and Assistant in 
Pediatrics.' 

R. Adams Cowley, M.D,, Assistant in Thoracic Surgery and Assistant Director Experi- 
mental Surgery. 

Samuel H. Culver, M.D,, Assistant in Surgery. 

Martha Curtiss, B.S., R.N., Assistant in Medicine and Assistant Director, Medical 
Care Clinic. 

E. Hollister Davis, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

Garrett E. Deane, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^*' 

Karl A. Dillinger, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

William A. Dodd, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William C. Dunnigan, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Daniel Ehrlich, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

Frank Fariano, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Thoracic Surgery.^ 

Vincent dePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.*"* 

Marjorie R. Fleitzer, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work. 

Joseph B. Ganey, M.D., Assistant in Surgery.*° 

William R. Geraghty, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Charles Richard Gilbert, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology.^'' 

Marvin Goldstein, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Effective appointment dates: Instructors. 

1* Oct. 23, 1951. 

2» January 1, 1952. 

lb Sept. 1, 1951. 

i°Oct 1,1951. 

Id Apr. 1, 1952. 

3» Resigned Jan. 31, 1952. 

3b Resigned June 3, 1952. 



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Martin K. Gorten, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Angelina Guido, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. '<= 

Donald B. Hebb, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery and Thoracic Surgery. 

Frederick Heldrich, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. '*= 

John H. Hirschfeld, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology, 

Hermione Hunt Hawkins, M.A., Assistant in Clinical Psychology. 

John A. Hightower, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.'" 

John V. Hopkins, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Rollin C. Hudson, M.D., Assistant in Medicine, 

Ervvin R, Jennings, A.B,, M.D,, Assistant in Surgery.^ 

Everett D. Jones, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Arthur Kandel, M.S., Assistant in CHnical Psychology. 

Vernon C, Kelley, A,B., M,D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

August Kiel, Jr,, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery,^ 

Irvin P. Klernkowski, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Raymond M, Lauer, M.D,, Assistant in Medicine. 

Herbert Joseph Levickas, B.S., M,D., Assistant in Medicine, ^° 

Alfred S. Lederman, Assistant m Gastro-Enterology. 

Lee R. Lerman, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Berton V, Lock, M.D,, Assistant in Medicine. 

W, Kenneth Mansfield, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Clarence W, Martin, M,D,, Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Fern E, MAcAllister, B.S,, M,D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Joseph Charles Matcher, A.B., M.D,, Assistant in Medicine.^* 

Howard B. McElwain, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

James R. McNinch, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery.' 

Thomas D, Michael, M.D,, Assistant in Surgery^" and Otolaryngology.^ 

Kirk Moore, M,D,, Assistant in Surgery, ^ 

J. Carl Myers, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

John C, Ozazewski, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology, 

Sumner Malone Parham, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics,^" 

Robert S. Penton, M.D., Assistant in Surgery,^" 

Harry P. Porter, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology.* 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John M. Rehberger, M.D,, Assistant in Otolaryngology.^ 

James Russo, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesiology. 

Ernest Scher, M,D,, Assistant in Obstetrics.^^ 

Benson C. Schwartz, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

James H. Shell, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics^ and Gynecology.* 

O. Walter Spurrier, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Vesta May Stevens, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work. 

Thomas McClelland Stevensoii, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Clyde D. Thomas, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery.* 

F. X. Paul Tinker, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.* 

T. J. Touhey, M.D., Assistant in Surgery, 

Arnold Tramer, B,S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.* 

Thomas C. Webster, B.S., M.D,, Assistant in Obstetrics.* 

William Earl Weeks, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Jack Wexler, A.B., M.D,, Assistant in Medicine, 



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J. Carlton Wich, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Marcella Wiseman, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work. 
Geraldine F. Wolfe, B.S., M.S., Assistant in Anatomy. 
Thomas Worsley, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

V. V. Brunst, Sc.D., Nat. Ins. of Health Research Associate in Anatomy. 

Kenneth F. Clute, M.D., P.H.S. and M & R Fund Research Associate in Pediatrics and 

Legal Medicine.^* 
Betty J. Fax, Ph.D., Navy Psychiatric Research Fund Research Associate in Psychiatry. 
Ernest C. Herrmann, Jr., B.S., Atomic Energy Commission Research Associate in Bac- 

teriology.^*' 
Moritz Michaelis, Ph.D., Army Chemical Center Research Associate in Psychiatry. 
John Walker Powell, Ph.D., Army Chemical (Center and Bressler Reserve Fund Research 

Associate in Psychiatry .^ 
Nancy V. Reid, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

FELLOWS 

Frederick K. Bell, Ph.D., Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Brigitte E. Blankenhorn, B.A., U. S. P. H. Service Research Fellow in Physiology.^ • 
Francis J. Borges, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time).^ 
Leonard S. Brahen, B.S., M.S., Fellow in Pharmacology. 
Joseph B. Bronushas, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time).^ 
Mary Frances Byrd, A.B., Fellow in Pharmacology. ^^ 
Ruth Page Edwards, A. B., A. M. Ph.D., Fellow in Psychology.i^-i 
Richard F. C. Egan, M.S., John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Physiology.^* 
William G. Esmond, B.S., M.D., Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine.^ 
Mary S. Fassel, A.B., Fellow in Pharmacology. 
Joseph C. Fitzgerald, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time).^ 
Vernon M. Gelhaus, John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Anatomy.'* 

Alvin Nathan Geser, B.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry.^"- ^^ 
Martin K. Gorten, M.D., Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine. 
Calvin Y. Hadidian, A.B., M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Thoracic Surgery.^ 
John B. Harmon, B.S., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology.^*'- ^<= 

Dorothy H. Hubbard, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Research Corporation and Bressler Re- 
serve Fund Post Doctorate Fellow in Biological Chemistry .^ 
Marvin Jaffee, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D,, Research Fellow in Gynecological Pathology. 

Effective appointment date: Assistants. 

J* Oct. 1, 1951. 

lb Feb. 1, 1952. 

i«Jan. 1, 1952. 

Id Sept. 1, 1951. 

i«Oct. 22, 1951. 

i^Oct. 1, 1951. 

Effective appointment dates, Research Associates. 

i*Feb. 1, 1952. 

lb Jan. 7, 1952. 



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Frederick Go-Kiatsu, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Gerald Kessler, B.S., Nutrition Foundation Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

August Kiel, Jr., M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Neurosurgery.^' 

Johnson S. L. Ling, A.B., M.S., Eli Lilly Fellow in Pharmacology.* 

Go Lu, M.D., Fellow in Pharmacology.^* 

Pomeroy Nichols, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Neurosurgery.^ 

Armando Ortiz, M.D., Fellow in Neurosurgery.^^ 

George C. Peck, A.B., John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Anatomy. i* 

Henry D. Perry, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 'J 

Gerardo B. Polanco, M.D., National Cancer Institute Trainee in Pathology. 

Alfred Joseph Pratt, B.S., John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Physiology.^** 

Aubrey Richardson, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time).^ 

Arthur H. Schmale, Jr., M.D., National Institute of Mental Health Fellow in 

Psychiatr>'.i^ 
Joseph E. Shuman, Fellow in Infectious Diseases.^^ 
Robert T. Singleton, Fellow in Infectious Diseases.'^ 
Thomas A. Stebbins, A.B., Medical Illustrator in Oncology and Gynecology. P.H.S. 

Cancer Teaching Program. 
Virginia Suttenfield, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^* 
Kyle W. Swisher, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time).^ 
Roy B. Turner, M.D., Fellow in Neurosurgery. 

Frank D. Vasington, A.B,, M.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry.* 
Robert T. Walker, M.D., Fellow in Medicine. 
Annemarie Weber, U.S.P.H., Fellow in Physiology.^ 
Elizabeth A. Winiarz, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^™ 
Joseph B. Workman, A. B., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

CONSULTANTS 

Robert W. Swain, B.S., Consultant in Radiologic Physics.^* 

Gordon LesHe Lippitt, B.S., M.A., M.D., Consultant in Psychiatry.^^ 

Effective appointment dates; Fellows. 

Jejune 1 to Aug. 31, 1952. 

Jb June 1, 1952 to May 31, 1953. 

i«Nov. 1,1951. 

Id Oct. 1, 1951. 

i« Sept. 1, 1951. 

If Jan. 1, 1952. 

iK Sept. 1, 1952 to Aug. 31, 1953. 

'^ Sept. 1, 1952 to Aug. 31, 1953. 

lijan. 1 to June 30, 1952. 

li Jan. 1 to June 30, 1953. 

^^ June 1 to Aug. 15, 1952. 

n July 1 to Aug. 31, 1952. 

'^ Sept. 15, 1951. 

' Resigned. 

^ Resigned Sept. 14, 1951. 

3b Resigned Nov. 30, 1951. 

3" Resigned Aug. 31, 1952. 

* Half time. 

Effective appointment dates: Consultants. 

J* Oct. 1, 1951. 

lb Oct. 22, 1951. 



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RESEARCH ASSISTANTS 

Elizabeth Anne Adams, Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^*' 

Maryanne E. Berger, Research Assistant in Anatomy.^*' 

Bernard D. Blaustein, B.S., MA., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine.'^ 

Abraham B. Brody, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^** 

Catherine S. Brunst, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy. 

Delma Phelps Decsi, B.A., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry.** 

Jos6 Ceciho Echiandia, Research Assistant in Medicine.'* 

Arthur J. Fisk, B.S., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine.^^ 

Ella Freytag, Research Assistant in Legal Medicine.^ 

Jean D. Gardenier, A.B., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry. 

Awilda Gay, B.S., Research Assistant in Medicine.'* 

Joseph J. Geller, M.D., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.'^ 

Eleanor G. B. Glinos, A.B., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry.'*^ 

Carolyn F. Hendrickson, B.S., Research Assistant in Physiology.'**' ^ 

June E. Hunt, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.'^ 

Norma Mary Keigler, B.S., Research Assistant in Bacteriology.^' 

Joseph B. Margolin, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.'^ 

Anne McNicholas Laster, A.B., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Doris H. Markley, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatry .'p 

Jack H. Mendelson, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.'^ 

Irwin H. Moss, A.B., Research Assistant in Medicine." 

Dorothy M. Peterson, Research Assistant in Medicine.'" 

Edwin L. Poole, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.' 

Jeannette F. Rayner, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Mary V. Reed, A.B., A.M., Research Assistant in Bacteriology.' 

Elizabeth R. Steele, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy .3»i« 

Patricia S. Thorpe, B.A., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry .i' 

Barbara Elizabeth Todd, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.''* 

Albert L. Trucker, A.B., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 



Effective appointment dates: Research Assistants. 

'* June 8 to Sept. 17, 1952. 

'b May 19 to Sept. 18, 1952. 

'« Dec. 1, 1951 to Aug 31, 1952. 

'«» April 1, 1951. 

^•Sept. 10, 1951. 

'^June2toJune21, 1952. 

'K June 9, 1952 to June 30, 1953. 

1^ Feb. 15, 1952. 

'i June 1 to Aug. 31, 1952. 

'^^ June 16 to Sept. 15, 1952. 

"June 1 to Sept. 15, 1952. 

"'^ Apr. 15, 1952. 

'"Feb. 11, 1952. 

'*> June 9 to Aug. 16, 1952. 

»pAug. 1, 1952. 

'*» July 1, 1952 to Jan. 31, 1953 (part time). 

" June 8 to Sept. 17, 1952. 

^ Resigned Apr. 15, 1952. 



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Frank. D. Vasington, B.S., M.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Biological 

Chemistry.^ 
Floris de Balbian Verster, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 
Herbert C. Wagner, Research Assistant in Anatomy.'* 
Margaret Lucille Ward, A.B., M.SS., Research Assistant in Pediatrics. ^ 
Amy Lee Wells, R.N., Research Assistant in Gynecological Pathology. 
Priscilla Rae Wilson, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy. 

Robert C. Wood, B.A., M.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Bacteriology.* 
Richard A. Young, M.D., Research Assistant in Pediatrics.' 

i-July 1 to Aug. 31, 1952. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

George H. Buck, Director 
James L. Dack, Asst. Director 
Kurt H. Nork, Asst. Director 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE STAFF 

Edward F. Cotter, Chairman 
Francis G. Dickey, Secretary -Treasurer 
J. Edmund Bradley Walter L. Kilby 

Louis H. Douglass F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

Charles Reid Edwards Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Jacob E. Finesinger Milton S. Sacks 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. George H. Yeager 

Elected Members Term Expires 

James G. Arnold, Jr 1952 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr 1952 

Everett G. Diggs 1953 

William G. Helfrich 1953 

Harry C. Bowie 1954 

W. Kennedy Waller 1954 

George H. Buck, Director, University Hospital) „ -^ . , 

TT Ti 117 A o 7 7 r 1^ J- • } Ex officto members 

H. Boyd Wylie, Dean, School of Medicine J 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 
Physician-in-Chief Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Thomas P. Sprunt 
T. Nelson Carey 
Louis A. M. Krause 
William S. Love, Jr. 
Milton S. Sacks 
Lewis P. Gundry 
Thedore E. Woodward 

Physicians ^ Edward F. Cotter 

Ephraim T. Lisansky 
Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr. 
Howard M. Bubert 
Samuel Morrison 
Frank J. Geraghty 
James R.Karnes 
C. Edward Leach 



Neurologists . 



Irving J. Spear 
Leon Freedom 
William L. Fearing 
Edward F. Cotter 
George G. Merrill 



Dermatologist-in-Chief Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

Francis A. Ellis 
Harry M. Robinson, Ja. 

Dermatologists -j A. Albert Shapiro 

Israel Zeligman 
Eugene S. Bereston 

Psychiatrist-in-Chief Jacob E. Finesinger 

[H. Whitman Newell 
I Kathryn L. Schultz 

Psychiatrists -JEphriam T. Lisansky 

Maurice H. Greenhill 
George F. Sutherland 

Pediatrician-in-Chief J. Edmund Bradley 

c. loring joslin 
Gordon E. Gibbs 

Pediatricians ■( A. H. Finkelstein 

William M. Seabold 
Annie M. Bestebreurtje 

Pathologist-in-Chief. Hugh R. Spencer 

p , . . f Dexter L. Reimann 

^ ^^*^ ^ \j0HN A. Wagner 

Surgeon-in-Chief Charles Reid Edwards 

George H. Yeager 



Surgeons. 



Otto C. Brantigan 
Charles A. Reipschneider 
Harry C. Hull 

Neurological Surgeon-in-Chief James G. Arnold, Jr. 

JRichard G. Coblentz 
■ 1 Raymond K. Thompson 



Neurological Surgeons. 



Laryngolo gist- in-Chief Edward A. Looper 

Laryngologists (Thomas R. O'Rourk 

\ Frederick T. Kyper 

Proctolologist-in-Chief Monte Edwards 

Proctologist Thurston R. Adaais 

Orthopedic Surgeon-in-Chief Allen F. Voshell 

Moses Gellman 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Milton J. Wilder 
James P. Miller 

Urologist-in-Chief W. Houston Toulson 






Orthopedic Surgeons . 






Urologists. 



Lyle J. Millan 
Howard B. Mays 
John D. Young 
Martin A. Robbins 



Dental Surgeon-in-Chief Brice M. Dorsey 



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Dentists . 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

Myron S. Aisenberg 
Joseph C. Bidddc 
Harold Golton 
Joseph P. Cappuccio 
Edward C. Dobbs 
.<^ Grayson W. Gaver 



Roentgenologist-in-Chief . 
Roentgenologists 



Bronchoscopist-in-Chief . 



Bronchoscopists . 



Otologist-in-Chief 

Obstetricians-in-Chief. 



Obstetricians. 



Ophthalmologist-in-Chief . 
Ophthalmologist 



Assistant Ophthalmologists . 
Gynecologist-in-Chief 



Gynecologists , 

Oncologist-in-Chief . 



Hugh T. Hicks 
Conrad L. Inman 
Ernest B. Nuttall 
Kenneth V. Randolph 
Wilbur O. Ramsey 
Walter L. Kilby 

fCHARLES N. Davidson 

I Donald J. Barnett 

[joHN M. Dennis 
Edward A. Looper 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 
Frederick T. Kyper 
John H. Hirschfeld 
Richard J. Cross^ 
Ross C. Brooks 
Thomas D. Michael 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 

JLouis H. Douglass 

\d. Frank Kaltreider 
J. Morris Reese 

ISADORE A. SiEGEL 

John E. Savage 

Hugh B. McNally 

D. McClelland Dexon 

J. K. B. E. Seegar 

Louis C. Gareis 

George H. Davis 

J. Huff Morrison 
. F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
. Paul N. Friedman 

[Ruby a. Smith 
. ] J. E. Brumback 
[John C. Ozazewski 

. J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Leo Brady 

Beverley C. Compton 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 
Ernest L Cornbrooks, Jr. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

July 1, 1952 to June 30, 1953 

Robert K. Arthur, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

Charles Bagley, III, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

William VV. Baird, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 

Francis J. Borges, B.S., M.D., Co-Resident in Medicine 

Joseph B. Bronushas, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

James S. Broutse, M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery: Mercy Hospital, July 1, 

1952 to December 31, 1952; University Hospital, January 1, 1953 to June 30, 1953 
Donald B. Campbell, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics, assigned to Gynecology 
Omana Cheriyan, B.S., M.B., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Solomon Cohen, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 
James L. Eavey, B.S., M.D,, Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
Abraham Eisen, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
Frank Faraeno, B.S., M.D., Resident in Thoracic Surgery 
Joseph C. Fitzgerald, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
James P. Gallaher, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
F. Sidney Gardner, Jr., B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
Martin K. Gorten, A.B., M.D., Resident in Pediatrics 
Angelina Guido, A.B., M.D., Resident in Ophthalmology 
John R. Hankins, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Erwin R. Jennings, A.B., M.D., Co-Resident in Surgery 
J. Paul Johnson, Jr., B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
August Keel, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery: University Hospital, July 1, 

1952 to December 31, 1952; Mercy Hospital, January 1, 1953 to June 30, 1953 
Howard C. Kramer, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Henry E. Langenfelder, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Charles W. McGrady, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Kathleen R. McGrady, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
James R. McNinch, Jr., A.B., M.D., Co-Resident in Surgery 
William M. Magruder, B.S., M.D., Resident in Psychiatry 
Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
George Y. Massenburg, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
P. GoviNDA Menon, B.S., M.B., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Raul Mercado, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology 
Thomas D. Michael, M.D., Resident in Otolaryngology 

Eduardo Manuel Morales-Vila, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
William A. Niermann, M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics^ 
Henry D. Perry, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

William F. Peterson, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology, assigned to Obstetrics 
Albert M. Powell, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics^ 
Howard F. Raskin, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Henry G. Reeves, Jr., B.S., MD., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Eugene B. Rex, M.D., Assistant Resident in Otolaryngology 
Aubrey D. Richardson, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Benson C. Schwartz, M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 
Roger D. Scott, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Roy K. Sktpton, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

1 October 1, 1952 to June 30, 1953. 
« October 20, 1952. 



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Henry H. Startzman, Jr., M.D., Resident in Roentgenology 
Kyle Y. Swisher, Jr., M.D., Co-Resident in Medicine 
Jose G. Valderas, M.D., Co-Resident in Gynecology 
Leslie A. Walker, Jr., M.D., Co-Resident in Gynecology 

ROTATING INTERNS 



Charles B. Adams, Jr., B.S., M.D. 
Benjamin A. Adelstein, B.A., M.D 
George C. Alderman, B.S., M.D. 
Timothy D. Baker, B.A., M.D. 
Samuel W. Deisher, B.A., M.D. 
Lee W. Elgin, Jr., M.D. 
Michael J. Foley, A.B., M.D. 
L. Felipe Gonzalez, M.D. 
William R. Greco, B.S., M.D. 
William L. Heimer, B.S., M.D, 
L. Virginia Hunter, B.A., M.D. 
John W. Looper, Jr., M.D. 

Donald A. 



Richard C. Packert, A.B., M.D. 
John R. Pryor, B.S., M.D. 
Gilberto Ramirez-Santisteban, 

B.S., M.D. 
David S. Rasmussen-Taxdal, M.D. 
John O. Sharrett, M.D. 
Ursula T. Slager, B.A., M.D. 
George B. Smith, Jr., A.B., M.D, 
George H. Smith, A.B., M.D. 
Clarence E. Stennett, B.S,, M,D, 
Harry M. Walsh, B.S., M.D. 
Albert J. Wildberger, A.B., M.D. 
Wolfel, B.S., M.D. 



INTERN IN PEDIATRICS 
Herbert L. Eckert, B.S., M.D. 

DENTAL INTERNS 
John P. Burns, B.S., D.D.S. Maurice E. Hinds, D.D.S. 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF 

Kurt H. Nork Director 

Chief of Medical Clinic Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Assistant Chief, Medical Clinic Joseph C. Furnari 

T. Nelson Carey 



Consultants. 



Physicians . 



Edward F. Cotter 
William K. Waller 
Louis V. Blum 
Kurt Levy 
Alvin Hartz 
James R. Karns 
Jonas Cohen 
John B. DeHoff 
Robert E. Bauer 
Charles H. Williams 
Stephen Van Lill, III 
Charles E. Shaw 
Joseph G. Bird 
Donald Mintzer 
Herbert Levicus 
Charles Blazek 
Henry W. Holljes 
Joseph C. Workman 
Robert T. Parker 
William F. Cox, III 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— c^/'rf. 
Chief of Gastro-ErUerology Clinic Francis G. Dickey 

Assistant GastrcEnterolcgUt { A JekT J.^Ho'c^T 

Chief of Neurology Clinic Leon Freedom 

,.,,., , . , f William L. Fearing 

Assistant Neurologists >^^^^ ^ Teiielbaom 

Chief of Chest Clinic Meyer W. Jacobson 

Assistant, Diseases of the Lungs Manitel Levin 

(Charles E. Shaw 

Assistants | Joseph G. Bird 

[ Perry O. Futterman 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic C. Edward Leach 



Assistant Cardiologists . 



Wilfred H. Townshend 
RoLLiN C. Hudson 
,' Sidney Scherlis 
Stephen J. Van Lill, HI 
James J. Nolan 

Chief of Allergy Clinic Howard M. Bubert 

Assistant Chiefs of Allergy Clinic /I^vin B. Kemick 

\ Jerome Sherman 

J . , , . „ . , [Edward S. Kallins 

Assistant Allergists (^ , , t ,^_^ 

[Raymond M. Lauer 

Chief of Endocrinology Clinic Conrad B. Acton 

Director of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Chief of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

Francis A. Ellis 
Israel Zeligman 
A. Albert Shapiro 
R. C. V. Robinson 
Eugene S. Bereston 
Willl^m R. Bundick 

TMorris M. Cohen 

Assistant Dermatologists and Sy philologists \ Mark B. Hollander 

(Lee R. Lerman 

Chief of the ArthrUis Clinic Leon A. Kochman 

Director of Psychluric Clinic Maurice H. Greenhill 

Director of Child Guidance Clinic H. Whitman Ne\\t:ll 



Dermatologists and SyphUologists . 



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A ssistant Psychiatrists . 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— Con/'(f. 

Katheyn L. Schtjltz 
Hans VV. Loewald 
Ephriam Lisansky 
isadore tuerk 
Rudolph Marburg 
Sam Novey 
G. S. Ingalls 
Leon Ferber 
Gertrude Gross 
Enoch Galea way. III 
William N. Fitzpatrick 
Marion Mathews 
Marvin Japfe 
Virginia Suttoneield 
George F. Sutherfield 
^Manered S. Guttmacher 
Chief Roentgenologist Walter L. Kilby 

i Charles N. Davidson 
Donald J. Barnett 
John M. Dennis 

Director, Pediatric Clinic A. H. Finkelstein 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic Samuel S. Click 

Arnold F. Lavenstein 
Thomas E. Weeks 
J. Carlton Wich 
Howard Goodman 
Melvin N. Borden 
Lester Caplan 
Ruth B. Baldwin 
Edward Field 
Gaitet E. Deane 
Frederick Heldrich 

Director, Pediatric Cardiac Clinic Sidney Scherlis 

Assistant Director, Pediatric Cardiac Clinic. . . . Gibson J. Wells 

Assistant Pediatrician, Cardiac Clinic Mary Hayleck 

Director, Pediatric Seizure Clinic Ruth B. Baldwin 

Director, Pediatric Chest Clinic Louis V. Blum 

Director, Developmental Clinic Annie M. Bestebreurtje 

Chief of Surgical Clinic Robert C. Sheppaed 

Samuel E. Proctor 
William B. Settle 
Karl F. Mech 
James N. Cianos 
William D. Lynn 
Da\td R. Will 

Chief of Plastic Surgery Edward A. Kitlowski 



Assistant Pediatricians. 



Assistant Surgeons. 



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Assistant Orthopedic Surgeons. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— Con/'i. 
Chief of Orthopedic Surgery Clinic Allen Fiske Voshell 

'Moses Gellman 
Hekry F. Ullrich 
Melton J. Wilder 

I James P. Miller 
Robert C. Abrams 
Everett D. Jones 
John J. Tansey 
William T. Kern ah an, Jr. 
Robert T. Stang 

Chief of Urology Clinic W. Houston Toulson 

f John F. Hogan 
I Lyle J. Millan 

Assistant Urologists \ Howard B. Mays 

I John D. Young, Jr. 
[Martin A. Robbins 

Chief of Otolaryngology Clinic Benjamin S. Rich 

{Samuel L. Fox 
Richard J. Cross^ 
Thomas D. Michael 

Chief of Proctology Clinic Monte Edwards 

Thurston R. Adams 
Donald B. Hebb 
William J. Supik 
Raymond Cunningham 
John D. Rosin 

Chief of Gynecology Clinic J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Assistant Chief of Gynecology Clinic Beverley C. Compton 

Welllam K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
W. Allen Deckert 
Helen I. Maginnis 
Charles B. Marek 
Theodore Kardash 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Beverley C. Compton 
Willlam K. Diehl 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Everett S. Diggs 

Chief of Dental Clinic Brice M. Dorsey 

Assistant Chief of Dental Clinic Joseph P. Cappuccio 



Assistant Proctologists . 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



Female Cystoscopists . 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— Co«/'(^. 



Chief of Obstetrical Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Obstetrical Clinic. 



J. Huff Morrison 

Margaret B. Ballard 

J. K. B. E. Seegar 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
George H. Davis 
Theodore Kardash 
Harry McB. Beck 
William A. Dodd 
Irvin P. Klemkowski 
Clarence W. Martin 
Vernon C. Kelly 
Harry Cohen 
Thomas C. Webster 
Vincent DeP. Fitzpatrick 
Ernest Scher 
James H. Shell, Jr. 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Daniel Ehrlich 

Chief of Oncology Clinic, Gynecological Division . J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 



Assistant Obstetricians . 



Assistants in Gynecological Division. 



Beverley C. Compton 
William K. Diehl 
Ernest I, Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Everett S. Diggs 

Arthur G. Siwinski 
E. Eugene Covington 



Assistants in Surgical Division ^ J. Duer Moores 



Chief of Vascular Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Vascular Clinic. . . 
Medical Consultant — Vascular Clinic. 
Chief of Ophthalmology Clinic 



Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
Louis E. Goodman 

George H. Yeager 

Raymond Cunningham 

Lewis P. Gundry 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

Paul N. Friedman 
Ruby A. Smith 
D. J. McHenry* 
J. E. Brumback, Jr. 
Richard J. Cross^ 
John C. Ozazewski 



Professor of Speech Ray Ehrensberger, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Speech, University of 

Maryland at College Park Merle Ansberry, Ph.D. 



Assistant Ophthalmologists. 



34 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

OUT-PATIENT REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 1951 TO JANUARY 1, 1952 

Departments New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 133 4,855 4,988 

Arthritis 33 282 315 

Cardiology 157 1,311 1,468 

Cystoscopy (Gyn) 92 470 562 

Cystoscopy (G.U.) 67 153 220 

Dermatology 1,959 4,995 6,954 

Dep't "S" 651 5,075 5,726 

Diabetic 86 1,574 1,660 

Ear, Nose & Throat 1,017 1,741 2,758 

Endocrine 22 276 298 

Eye 1,090 3,261 4,351 

Gastrointestinal 191 781 972 

G^ito Urinary 594 1,729 2,325 

Gynecology 1,510 4,961 6,471 

Hematology 35 401 436 

Medicine 1,907 6,993 8,900 

Neurology 87 377 464 

Neurosurgery 163 439 602 

Obstetrics 1,531 14,923 16,454 

Occupational Therapy 61 1,377 1,438 

Oncology 263 1,767 2,030 

Oral Surgery 223 590 813 

Orthopedic 1,180 3,032 4,212 

Pediatric 2,491 7,962 10,453 

Pediatric Cardiology 38 239 277 

Pediatric Chest • 5 347 352 

Pediatric Seizure 64 399 463 

Physical Therapy 137 1,725 1,862 

Plastic Surgery 20 25 45 

Proctology 154 378 532 

Psychiatry 207 2,432 2,639 

Surgery 2,813 7,724 10,537 

Tuberculosis 225 1,319 1,544 

Vascular 96 556 652 



Total 19,301 84,441 103,742 

MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

Director Henry W. D. Holljes 

Assistant Director Martha Curtis 

The Medical Care Clinic of the University of Maryland is the result of a study 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland in cooperation with the 
State Planning Commission. The present Clinic, located on the third floor of 



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the Dispensary Building, is the first of its kind in this country. Public assistance 
clients are referred to the Clinic by the Baltimore City Health Department and 
are scheduled for an initial physical examination by physicians affiliated with the 
University of Maryland. A family physician is chosen by the patient from a list 
available at the Clinic. Copies of the individual's medical history and examina- 
tions are sent to the physician selected, who then becomes responsible for the 
medical care of the patient. 

The Medical Care Program is, in this way, an entirely new approach to the 
problem of the indigent patient. For the first time, he becomes the responsibility 
of a private physician. This places the practice of medicine to the indigent on a 
par with the practice of private medicine. 

After the initial examination, the Clinic functions as a diagnostic center to 
serve the needs of the neighborhood practitioner. Consultants working in the 
Medical Care Clinic are available and at present represent Medicine, Surgery, 
Gynecology and Otolaryngology. Others will be added as required. 

The Clinic functions between 8:30 and 4:30 daily. Registrations and referrals 
are conducted in the morning. Clinical examinations and consultations are held 
during the afternoon. Approximately eighty neighborhood physicians have 
agreed to work with the Medical Care Program. Twenty-five members of the 
Out-patient Department and University Hospital Staff will conduct examinations 
in the Clinic. 

The Faculty Committee on Post Graduate Education has also undertaken pla^s 
to provide instruction to all affiliated physicians. 

4,606 public assistance clients have been assigned to this Clinic. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 
BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Walter D. Wise, Chairman 

Mother M. Bernadette Sister M. Brendan 

Sister M. Veronica Henry F. Bongardt 

Sister M. Carmel H. Raymond Peters 

Sister M. Ellen Marie Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Sister M. Frances Louise Daniel J. Pessagno 

Sister M. Damian Edward P. Smith 

Sister M. Thomas Elliott H. Hutchins 

ADVISORY BOARD OF MERCY HOSPITAL 

Most Reverend Lawrence J. Sheehan August B. Haneke 

Henry C. Evans Samuel H. Hoffberger 

Thomas B, Butler James W. McElroy 

H. C. Byrd Allen W. Morton 

Charles C. Conlon S. Page Nelson 

Clarence E. Elderkin Thomas W. Pangborn 

Richard A. Froehlinger William F. Schmick 
William L. Galvin 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 



Surgeon-in-Chicf . 



Surgeons 



Neurological Surgeon-in-Chief . 
Neurological Surgeons 



Associate Surgeons. 



Assistant Surgeons 



Thoracic Surgeon-in-Chief . 
Plastic Surgeons 



Ophthalmologist-in-Chief . . 
Associate Ophthalmologist. 



Associate Ophthalmologists and Otologists 



Walter D. Wise 
Elliott H. Hutchins 
D. J. Pessagno 
F. L. Jennings 
r. w. locher 
Thomas R. Chambers 
William F. Rienhoff 
Henry F. Bongardt 
Charles Bagley, Jr. 
Richard B. Coblentz 
James D. Arnold, Jr. 
Frank J. Otenasek 
John W. Chambers 
Raymond K. Thompson 
I. O. Ridgely 
James W. Nelson 
Howard B. McElwain 
Simon H. Brager 
John A. O'Connor 
Charles W. Maxson 
I. Ridge WAY Trimble 
Raymond F. Heurich 
Julius Goodman 
S. Demarco, Jr. 
T. J. Touhey 
William N. McFaul, Jr. 
Meyer H. Zuravin 
Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
'Wm. C. Dunnigan 
Harold H. Burns 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaeffer 
F. Ford Loker 
Patrick C. Phelan, Jr. 
Michael L. DeVincentis 
Harold P. Beehl 
Kirk Moore 

William L. Garlick 
TEdward a. KiTLOwsm 
■\ Clarence P. Scarborough 
, F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
, Joseph V. Jeppi 

Tm. Raskin 
.•! Joseph I. Kemler 
F. A. Pacienza 



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Assistant Rhinologist and Laryngologist 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Con^J. 

_ „. d;- 7 -i JT 1 -, fW. Raymond McKenzie 

Consulttng Rhtnologtsts and Laryngolo gists (qeorge W. Mitchell 

Rhinologist and Laryngologist -in-Chief. Waitman F. Zinn 

[Fayne A. Kayser 
I Benjamin S. Rich 

Associate Rhinologists and Laryngologists \ Theodore A. Schwartz 

Benjamin H. Isaacs 
Arthur Ward 
fjOHN M. Rehberger 
\Harry p. Porter 

Bronchoscopist-in-Chief Waitman F. Zinn 

Associate Bronchoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

. . , , „ , . , [Theodore A. Schwartz 

Assistant Bronchoscopists < _, „ _ 

^ [Robert Z. Berry 

Orthopaedic Surgeon-in-Chief. H. L. Rogers 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeon Henry F. Ullrich 

I. H. Maseritz 
J. H. Gaskel 
Isaac Gutman 
Everett D. Jones 

Proctologist-in-Chief Simon P. Brager 

Proctologist William J. Supik 

Urologist-in-Chief Ken^neth D. Legge 

Leon K. Fargo 
Francis W. Gillis 
J. S. Haines 
John D. Young, Jr.^ 
Dermatologist-in-Chief Francis A. Ellis 

(Eugene S. Bereston 
R. C. V. Robinson 
William R. Bundick 

Dentist J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Consulting Physician Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Consultant, Diseases of the Chest H. Vernon Langeluttig 

Physician-in-Chief H. Raymond Peters 

Harvey G. Beck^ 



Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons 



Associate Urologists. 



Physicians . 



Thomas P. Sprunt 
George TvIcLean 
J. Sheldon Eastland 
Louis A. M. Krause 
Thomas C. Wolff 
T. Nelson Carey 
Sol Smith 



3 Resigned June 1, 1952. 
6 Died Oct. 30, 1951. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 



Associate Physicians. 



Assistant Physicians. 



Gastro-Enterologist 

Associate Gastro-Enterologist. 

Consulting Pediatrician 

Pediatrician-in-Chief 

Associate Pediatrician 



Assistant Pediatricians 



Consulting Neurologist. 



Associate Neurologists andlPsychiatrists . 



Anesthesiologist 

Consulting Obstetrician . 
Ohstetrician-in-Chief . . . 



Hubert C. Knapp^* 
Baetus T. Baggott 
Wetherbee Fort 
.^ Hugh J. Welch 
S. Edwin Muller 
Frederick J. Vollmer 
William H. Kammer 

s. a. tumminello 
J. Howard Burns 
Earl L. Chambers 

K. W. GOLLEY 

John R. Davis, Jr. 
J. Emmett Queen 
John C. Osborne 
Arthur Karfgin 
Henry J. Marriott 
James J. Nolan 
Maurice Feldman, Jr. 
E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr. 
Thaddius C. Si\vinski^ 

Maurice Feldman 
Philip D. Flynn 
Edgar B. Friedenwald 
Frederick B. Smith 
G. Bowers Mansdorfer 
Jerome Fineman 
0. Walter Spurrier 
Israel P. Meranski 
Edward L. Frey, Jr. 
Earl Weeks 
Donald D. Cooper 
Joseph M. Cordi 
J. Carlton Wich 
David Josephs^ 
Andrew C. Gillis 
Harry Goldsmith 
Philip F. Lerner 
George G. Merrill 
Edward L. Suarez-Murias 
Frederick S. Wolf^ 
John C. Brickner 
^William A. Rinn 
James Russo 
Edward P. Smith 
John J. ERW^N 



6» Died Dec. 31, 1951. 
^ On Military Leave. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cow^U 



Obstetricians . 



Associate Obstetricians 



Assistant Obstetricians . 



Gynecologist-in-Chief . 
Gynecologists 



Associate Gynecologists. 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



Pathologist-in-Chief. . 
Pathologist 

Clinical Pathologist . 
Clinical Eematologist. 
Clinical Biochemist. . . 



Technicians . 



Thomas K. Galvin 
Frank K. Morris 
Ernest S. Edlow 
Hugh B. McNally 
William C. Duffy 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

VVlLLLAM A. DODD 

Harry McB. Beck 
Joseph C. Sheehan^ 
Robert B. Tunney 
J. Howard Burns 

I Harry F. Kane 

[William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Thomas K. Galvin 

TEdward p. Smith 

\ John J. Erwin 

I Frank K. Morris 
George A. Strauss, Jr. 
Ernest S. Edlow 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Gerald A. Galvin 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Robert B. Tunney 
Harry F. Kant: 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
John F. Ullsperger 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Vincent dePaul 
Walter C. Merkel 
Hugh R. Spencer 
h. t. collenberg 
H. Raymond Peters 
Charles E. Brambel 
Sister Paula Marie 
Sister M, Conrad 
Eleanor Behr 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Constance Chapman 
Florese Samorodin 
Mary Meyer 
Anne Murdock 
Ann Scott 
Ellen Green 
Edith Ruiz 



^ On Military Leave. 



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Radiologist. 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cow'/. 
Edward R. Dana 



Technicians {X-ray) . 



Sister ]M. Juliena 

Ann Brooks 
-JSara Cross 
I Nancy Barksdale 
[Ruth May, R.N. 



MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

JULY 1, 1952— JUNE 30, 1953 
RESIDENT STAFF 



Clyde D. Thomas, Jr., M.D. 
Meer Bizer, B.S., M.D. 
Leonard G. Hamberry, A.B., M.D. 
William B. Re\ter, Jr., M.D. 
Robert A. Moore, Jr., A.B., M.D. 
Ernani V. Certeza, A.A., M.D. 
Frank A. Faraino, B.S., M.D, 
James S. Browne, M.D. 

August Kiel, Jr., M.D. 

Margaret L. Hamberry, B.A., M.D. 
Arthur R. Fleming, B.S., M.D. 
Rudolph M. Zander, M.D. 

Edward M. Barczak, M.D. 

Martina-Tirona-Certeza, A.A., M.D. 
Charles R. Ireland, M.D. 
Genevieve M. Tirrell, M.D. 



Resident Surgeon 
Associate Resident Surgeon 
Senior Assistant Resident Surgeon 
Senior Assistant Resident Surgeon 
Junior Assistant Resident Surgeon 
Junior Assistant Resident Surgeon 
Resident in Thoracic Surgery 
Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery (July i, 

1952 to Dec. 31, 1952) 

Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery {Jan. 1, 

1953 to June 30, 1953) 
Resident in Pathology 
Resident in Gynecology 

First Assistant Resident in Gynecology and Ob- 
stetrics 

Second Assistant Resident in Gynecology and 
Obstetrics 

Resident Pediatrician 

Resident Physician 

Assistant Resident Physician 



ROTATING INTERNES 

Robert J. Lyden, M.D. 

Michael K. Quinn, M.B., Bch, B.A.O. 

Carlos Rodriguez, M.D. 



MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF 

Dispensary Director Sister M. Anita^ 

Director of Surgical Clinic Walter D. Wise 

Chief of Surgical Clinic Harold H. Burns 



3 Resigned June 1, 1952. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF— Cow'^ 

I. RmGEWAY Trimble 
Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
William C. Dunnigan 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaeffer 
Assistant Surgeons \¥. Ford Loker 



Patrick C. Phelan 
Arthur G. Siw^nski 
Melvin F. Polek 
Michael L. DeVincentis 
Paul R. Ziegler 
Harold P. Biehl 
Kirk Moore 

Chief of Plastic Surgery Edward A. Kitlowski 

Assistant in Plastic Surgery Clarence P. Scarborough 

Chief of Urology Clinic Kenneth D. Legge 



Assistant Urologists. 



Francis W. Gillis 
L. K. Fargo 
John S. Haines 
John D. Young, Jr.^ 

Chief of Proctology Clinic Simon H. Brager 

Assistant Proctologist William J. Supik 

Chief of Ortlwpaedic Clinic Harry L. Rogers 

Henry F. Ullrich 
Isaac Gutman 
Jason H. Gaskel 
I. H. Maseritz 
Everett D. Jont:s 

William L. G.\rlick 



Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons 



Chief of Thoracic-Surgery Clinic 



Chief of N euro-Surgery Clinic Ch.\rles Bagley, Jr. 

{John W. Chambers 
Frank J. Otenasek 
Raymond K. Thompson 

Director of Medical Clinic H. Raymont) Peters 

^, . , , T, ,. , ^,. . J Sol Smith 

Chiefs of Medical Clinic <„ t7 tv«- 

■^ •' IS. Edwin Muller 



3 Resigned June 1, 1952 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF— Cont'd. 

Frederick J. Vollmer 
William H. Kammer 
John R. Davis 
J. Emmett Queen 
Charles F. O'Donnell 

Assistant Physicians I Arthur Karfgin 

I John C. Osborne 
Maurice Feldman, Jr. 
James J. Nolan 
E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr. 
Thaddeus C. Siwinski* 

Chief of Allergy Clinic S. Edwin Muller 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic Thomas C. Wolff 

. . , , ^ J. , . , /Leon Ashman 

Assistant Cardiologists < ^^ ^ , , 

[Henry J. Marriott 

Chief of Metabolism Clinic J. Sheldon Eastland 

Assistant in Metabolism Clinic J. Emmett Queen 

Chief of Gastro-Enterology Clinic Maurice Feldman, Sr. 

Associate Gasiro-Enterologist Philip D. Flynn 

Director of Pediatric Clinic Fred B. Smith 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic G. Bowers Mansdorfer 

Israel T. Meranski 
0. Walter Spurrier 
Edward L. Frey, Jr. 
Earl Weeks 
Joseph Cordi 
David Josephs^ 

Chief of Neurologic and Psychiatric Clinics Philip F. Lerner 

Associate Neurologist and Psychiatrist George G. Merrill 

„ ,.. „ 7 • , • , /Andrew C. Gillis 

Consulting Psychiatrists <„ , „ ,, 

* -^ (Edward L. Suarez-Mueias 

Assistant Neurologist and Psychiatrists < , J\. 

^ [John C. Brickner 

Director of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic Francis A. Ellis 

[R. C. V. Robinson 

Assistant Dermatologists and Sy philologists \ Eugene S. Bereston 

[William R. Bundick 

Oncologist James W. Nelson 

Anticoagulant Clinic Charles E. Brambel 

Director of Gynecology Clinic Thomas K. Galvin 

Chief of the Gynecology Clinic Frank K. Morris 

* On Military Leave. 



Assistant Pediatricians. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF— Cow^i. 

J. J. Erwin 

Ernest S. Edlow 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

William A. Dodd 

Harry F. Kane 

Harry McB. Beck 

William C. Duffy 

Joseph C. Sheehan^ 

Robert B. Tunney 

Gerald A. Galvin 

John M. Palese 

John F. Ullsperger 

F. X. Paul Tinker 

Vincent DePaul Fitzpatrick, 

Anthony DiPaula 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



Jr. 



Assistant Obstetricians 



Chief of Obstetrical Clinic John J. Erwin 

THarry F. Kane 
I William A. Dodd 
I Harry McB. Beck 
I Joseph C. Sheehan^ 
Robert B. Tunney 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
] Anthony DiPaula 
I John F. Ullsperger 
I Vincent DePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr. 
[j. Brooke Boyle, Jr. 

Chief Esophagoscopist Waitman F. Zinn 

Associate Esophagoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

Chief Rhinologist and Laryngologist Waitman F. Zinn 

Theodore A. Schwartz 



Assistant Rhinologists and Laryngolo gists 



Benjamin H. Isaacs 
Arthur Ward 
Robert Z. Berry 
John M. Rehberger 
Harry P. Porter 



Assistant Ophthalmologists . 



Chief of Ophthalmology Clinic M, Raskin 

F. A. Paceenza 
[Joseph V. Jeppi 

Chief of Dental Clinic J. D. Fusco 

Assistant Chief, Dental Clinic Edward R. Stinebert 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

„, . ,, ,., [Leon Hannan 

Physiotherapists { . _, ^-. 

[Alice R. Hannan 

Director Social Service Department Sister M. Scholastica 



^ On Military Leave. 



44 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

Director S. Edw^n Muller 

Assistant Director Frances V. Loughney 

The Medical Care Clinic at Mercy Hospital is one of six special clinics established 
and conducted for the Baltimore City Health Department. These clinics were estabUshed 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the State Planning Commission. 
The program takes up an unmet need for the indigent. 

The City Welfare Department certifies recipients of public assistance to the Health 
Department. The Health Department in turn, assigns recipients to one of the medical 
care clinics operated by local hospitals, namely — Johns Hopkins, Sinai, University of 
Maryland, Mercy, Provident and South Baltimore. The clinic assignments are made 
primarily on a geographic basis. 

During the current year the Medical Care Clinic at Mercy Hospital is providing facil- 
ities for three thousand clients. It provides the ehgible individual an initial physical 
examination, chest X-ray, bacteriological and other laboratory tests as indicated. Ar- 
rangements are also made by the Clinic to have each chent register w^ith a family physi- 
cian of his or her choice selected from those Baltimore physicians who have agreed to par- 
ticipate in the program. The Clinic notifies the physician chosen, and sends to him a 
complete written report of the physical findings. 

The plan gives physicians an opportunity for contacts with the personnel and diagnostic 
facilities of the participating hospitals. At the request of the client's physician, consul- 
tation services of the Staflf at Mercy are made available. These services include Medicine, 
Surgery, Gynecology, Urology, Orthopedics, Dermatology, Neurology and other specialties, 
together with chnical laboratory facilities. 

The Mercy Clinic is located on the 4th floor of the College Building. It includes a 
reception area, offices and examining rooms. An active personnel of Doctors, Nurses, 
Medical Technician and Medical Secretary are on duty from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 

MERCY HOSPITAL OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 1951 TO JANUARY 1, 1952 

Departments New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 11 50 61 

Bronchoscopic 312 537 849 

Cardiology 33 293 326 

Dental 162 135 297 

Dermatology 270 765 1,035 

Diabetic 36 609 645 

Gastro-intestinal 47 142 189 

Genito-urinary 75 227 302 

Gynecology 358 1,172 1,530 

Medical Care 203 203 

Medicine 634 2,891 3,525 

Neurology 127 478 605 

Neuro-surgery 36 68 106 

Ophthalmology 331 437 768 

Orthopaedics 211 559 770 

Pediatrics 629 1,584 2,213 



Visiting Surgeons. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT REFORT— Cont'd. 
Departments New Cases Old Cases Total 

Physiotherapy 30 402 432 , 

Plastic Surgery 2 1 3 

Postnatal 235 2 237 

Prenatal 353 2,707 3,060 

Proctology 61 101 162 

Rhinolaryngology 491 588 1,079 

Surgery 1,028 2,753 3,781 

Surgical Follow-Up 145 514 659 

Total 5,822 17,015 22,837 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 
STAFF, 1952-1953 
Parker J. McMillin, Superintendent 
Surgeon-in-Chief Otto C. Brantigan, M.D. 

James C. Owings, M.D. 

I, RroGEWAY Trimble, M.D. 

Amos Koontz, M.D. 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 

Harry C. Bowie, M.D. 

Donald B. Hebb, M.D. 
f William L. Garlick, M.D. 

R. Adams Cowley, M.D. 

Consultant in Traumatic Surgery C. A. Reifschneider, M.D. 

Visiting Hand Surgeon Raymond M. Curtis, M.D. 

Visiting Gastro-Enterologist Francis Dicbley, M.D. 

[Charles Bagley, Jr., M.D. 

Visiting N euro-Surgeons "j Richard G. Coblentz, M.D. 

[James G. Arnold, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting N euro-Surgeon R. K. Thompson, M.D. 

Consultant in Plastic Surgery Edward A. Kitlowski, M.D. 

Visiting Plastic Surgeon Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D. 

Visiting Proctologist Monte Edwards, M.D. 

fvv. Houston Toulson, M.D. 

Visiting Urologists i Hugh Jewitt, M.D. 

[Howard B. Mays, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Urologist John D. Young, M.D. 

Consulting Gynecologist J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.D. 

Visiting Gynecologist Beverley C. Compton, M.D. 

Visiting Proctologist Monte Edwards, M.D. 

(William K. Diehl, M.D. 
Everett S. Diggs, M.D. 
Theodore Kardash, M.D. 



Visiting Thoracic Surgeon. 



46 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL STKYY— Cont'd. 

Tr. ... r\ 41 ^ J' f Allen F. Voshell, M.D. 

Vtsihng Orthopedic ^)Urgeons < , , ^ ,,, ' , ^ 

^ ^ ^ \ Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

A ' . , Tr- -,' r\ ,1 u J- o f Isaac A. Gutman, M.D. 

Assistant Vtstting Orthopedic Surgeons <^ ^ ^ ,,^ 

1^ Everett D. Jones, M.D. 

fjOHN BORDLEY, M.D. 

Visiting Otolaryngologists -JFred T. Kyper, M.D. 

[Alfred T. Lieberman, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Otolaryngologists John H. Hirschfeld, M.D. 

Visiting Ophthalmologist Charles E. Iliff, Jr., M.D. 

Visiting Oncologist Arthur G. Siwinski, M.D, 

{Alfred T. Nelson, M.D. 
Theodore Stacy, M.D. 
Leonard Abramovitz, M.D. 

Consultant in Peripheral Vascular Diseases George H. Yeager, M.D. 

Chief Pathologist C. Gardner Warner, M.D.^* 

Visiting Neuropathologist John A. Wagner, M.D. 

Consultant in Psychiatry Esther L. Rich.ards, M.D. 

Chief Radiologist John DeC.arlo, Jr., M.D. 

Chief Pediatrician Harold E. Harrison, M.D. 

Assistant Chief Pediatrician Laurence FiNBLTiG, M.D. 

^,. . . „ ,. . . f Milton Markowitz, M.D. 

Vtsittng Pediatricians < . ^ _ ^ ^ 

* [Arnold Tramer, M.D. 

Chief Hospital Physician — Tuberculosis H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D. 

Assistant Hospital Physician — Tuberculosis Edmund G. Beacham, M.D. 

,,. .,. p, . . rr. . ; . / Alvin S. Hartz, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians — Tuberculosis < _ xt xt ^ r t^ 

* -^ [John H. Hirschfeld, M.D. 

Chief Physician, Acting C. Holmes Boyd, M.D. 

Assistant Chief Physician Howard K. Rathbun, M.D. 

fLouis A. M. Krause, M.D. 
I Willl^m G. SpeeD; hi, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians \ Crawford N. Kirkpatrick, M.D. 

I Earnest Gross, M.D. 
[Joseph King, M.D. 
John H. Miller, M.D. 
Donald M. Watkins, M.D. 
Milton Landowne, M.D. 
Morton D. Bogdonoff, M.D. 
[Harold M. Silver, M.D. 

Physiologist Nathan W. Shock, PH.D. 

Visiting Neurologist J. W. Magladery, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Neurologist David B. Clark, M.D. 

3« July 31, 1952. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians {USPHS) 



Assistant Visiting Obstetricians. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 47 

BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

Visiting Dermatologist, Raymond C. V. Robinson, M.D. 

Visiting Laboratory Physician Julius Waghelstein, M.D. 

Consultant in Hematology Philip F. Wagley, M.D. 

Consultant in Neurology Frank R. Ford, M.D. 

Chief Dental Surgeon H. Glenn Waring, D.D.S. 

{L. W. Bimestefer, D.D.S. 
Michael Varipatis, D.D.S. 
B. W. Miksinski, D.D.S. 

Orthodontist R. Kent Tongue, D.D.S. 

Exodontist Richard Colman, D.D.S. 

Chief Obstetrician Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 

Visiting Obstetrician J. Morris Reese, M.D. 

D. Frank Kaltreider, M.D. 
John E. Savage, M.D. 
J. William Dorman, M.D. 
W. Newton Long, Jr., M.D. 
George W. Anderson, M.D. 
Louis C. Gareis, M.D. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF MARYLAND FOR 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

STAFF, 1952-1953 
Surgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D. 

Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D. 

Harry L. Rogers 

Harry F. Ullrich, M.D. * 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeons "j Winthrop M. Phelps, A.B., M.D. 

Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

David L. Filtzer, M.D. 

James P. Miller, M.D. 

Roentgenologist Charles N. Davidson, M.D. 

Plastic Surgeon Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D. 

Aurist and Laryngologisl Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D. 

Dentist M. E. Coberth, D.D.S. 

Cardiologist Helen M. Taussig, M.D. 

Pediatrist Melchijah Spragins, M.D. 

Consulting Surgeon Charles Reid Edwards, A.B., M.D. 

Consulting Aurists and Laryngologists Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph. 

Consulting Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

^ „. _. . , . . f Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D. 

ConsulHng DermMog^,t3 1^^^^^ Ginsburg, M.D. 

^ ,i. ,7 , .. [Irving J. Spear, M.D. 

C<nmdhngmurologuts \^^ ^^ 5^ ^^^^^ 



48 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

KERNAN HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

Consulting Pediatrists (Benjamin Tappan, A B M.D. 

(J. Edmund Bradley, M.D. 

Consulting Dentist Harry B. McCarthy, D.D.S. 

Consulting Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist Henry J. Walton, M.D. 

D -J , r^ ,1 . J- o [William T. Kern ahan 

Resident Orthopaedic Surgeons <^ ^ „ 

^ * \ Robert T. Strang 

Superintendent Miss Maud M. Gardner, R.N. 

Dispensary and Social Service Nurse Mrs. Evelyn Byrd Zapf, R.N. 

TMiss Nancy R. Butler 

Physical Therapists and X-ray Technicians -(Miss Julia A. Collins 

[Mrs. Georgiana Wisong 

r» A *• 1 Ti J,' 4 /Mrs. T. Lynn Buttrick, O.T. 

Occupa,u,nal Theraput ^^^^ ^^^^^^ g^^^^_ ^^ 

InstrtirCtor in Grammar School Miss Bertha Sendelback 

HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

The present School of Medicine, with the title University of Maryland School 
of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons, is the result of a consolida- 
tion and merger of the University of Maryland School of Medicine with the 
Baltimore Medical College (1913) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore (1915). 

Through the merger with the Baltimore Medical College, an mstitution of 
thirty- two years' growth, the facilities of the School of Medicine were enlarged in 
faculty, equipment and hospital connection. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons was incorporated in 1872, and estab- 
lished on Hanover Street in a building afterward known as the Materniti, the 
first obstetrical hospital in Maryland. In 1878 union was efifected with the 
Washmgton University School of Medicine, in existence since 1827, and the college 
was removed to Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Through the consolidation with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medical control of the teaching beds in 
the Mercy Hospital was obtained. 

The School of Medicine of the University of Maryland is one of the oldest foun- 
dations for medical education in America, ranking fifth in point of age among the 
medical colleges of the United States. It was organized in 1807 and chartered 
in 1808 under the name of the College of Medicine of Maryland, and its first 
class was graduated in 1810. In 1812 the College was empowered by the Legisla- 
ture to annex three other colleges or faculties: Divmity, Law, and Arts and 
Sciences ; and the four colleges thus united were "constituted an University by the 
name and under the title of the University of Maryland." 

The original building of the Medical School at the N. E. corner of Lombard and 
Greene Streets was erected in 1812. It is the oldest structure in this country 
from which the degree of doctor of medicine has been granted annually sin<:e its 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 49 

erection. In this building were founded one of the first medical libraries and one 
of the first medical school libraries in the United States. 

At this Medical School dissection was made a compulsory part of the curriculum, 
and independent chairs for the teaching of gynecology and pediatrics (1867), and 
of ophthalmology and otology (1873), were installed for the first time in America. 

This School of Medicine was one of the first to provide for adequate clinical 
instruction by the erection of its own hospital in 1823. In this hospital intramural 
residency for senior students was established for the first time. 

The School of Medicine has been co -educational since 1918. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

The original medical buildmg at the N. E comer of Lombard and Greene 
Streets houses the office of the Dean, Room 101, the office of the Committee on 
Admissions, Room 102, two lecture halls, the faculty room and office of the assist- 
ant business manager. 

The Administration Building, to the east of the original building, contains the 
Baltimore offices of the Registrar and two lecture halls. 

The laboratory building at 31 South Greene Street is occupied by the depart- 
ments of Pathology, Bacteriology and Biochemistry 

The Frank C. Bressler Research Laboratory provides the departments of 
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Clinical 
Pathology with facihties for teaching and research. It also houses the research 
laboratories of the clinical departments, animal quarters, a laboratory for teaching 
Operative Surgery, a lecture hall and the Bressler Memorial Room. 

This building was erected in 1939-1940 at 29 South Greene Street opposite the 
University Hospital. It was built with funds left to the School of Medicine by 
the late Frank C. Bressler, an alumnus, supplemented by a grant from the Federal 
government. The structure, in the shape of an I, extends east from Greene 
Street, just north of the original building. 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 

The Medical Library of the University of Maryland, founded in 1813 by the 
purchase of the collection of Dr. John Crawford, now numbers 33,000 volumes and 
several thousand pamphlets and reprints. Over four hundred of the leading 
medical journals, both foreign and domestic, are received regularly. The library 
is housed in Davidge Hall, in close proximity to classrooms and laboratories, and 
is open daily for the use of members of the faculty, the student body and the 
profession generally. Libraries pertaining to particular phases of medicine are 
maintained by several departments of the medical school. 

The library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the Welch 
Medical Library are open to students of the medical school without charge. 
Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free 
Library. 

OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

The old hospital building has been remodeled and is occupied by the Out-patient 
Department. Thus the students have been provided with a splendidly appointed 
group of clinics for their training in out-patient work. All departments of clinical 



50 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

training are represented in this remodeled building and all changes have been 
predicated on the teaching function for which this department is intended. 
The Department of Art occupies quarters here. 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

The University Hospital, which is the property of the University of Maryland, 
is the oldest institution for the care of the sick in the state of Maryland. It was 
opened in September 1823, under the name of the Baltimore Infirmary, and at 
that time consisted of but four wards, one of which was reserved for patients with 
diseases of the eye. 

In 1933-1934 the new University Hospital was erected and patients were 
admitted to this building in November 1934. The new hospital is situated at the 
southwest corner of Redwood and Greene Streets, and is consequently opposite 
the medical school buildings. The students, therefore, are in close proximity 
and little time is lost in passing from the lecture haUs and laboratories to the 
cHnical facilities of the new building. 

This new building, with its modern planning, makes a particularly attractive 
teaching hospital and is a very valuable addition to the clinical facilities of the 
medical school. 

The new hospital has a capacity of 435 beds and 65 bassinets devoted to general 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and the various medical and surgical 
specialties. 

The teaching zone extends from the second to the eighth floor and comprises 
wards for surgery, medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, and a large clinical lecture hall. 
There are approximately 270 beds available for teaching. 

The space of the whole north wing of the second floor is occupied by the de- 
partment of roentgenology. The east wing houses clinical pathology and special 
laboratories for clinical microscopy, biochemistry, bacteriology, and an especially 
well appointed laboratory for students' training. The south wing provides space 
for electro-cardiographic and basal metabolism departments, with new and very 
attractive air-conditioned or oxygen therapy cubicles. The west wing contains 
the departments of rhinolaryngology and bronchoscopy, industrial surgery, and 
male and female cystoscopy. 

The third and fourth floors each provide two medical and two surgical wards. 
The fifth floor contains two wards for pediatrics, and on the sixth floor there are 
two wards for obstetrics. Each ward occupies the space of one wing of the 
hospital. 

On the seventh floor is the general operating suite, the delivery suite, and the 
central supply station. The eighth floor is essentially a students' floor and affords 
a mezzanine over the operating and delivery suites, and a students' entrance to 
the cUnical lecture hall. 

In the basement there is a very well appointed pathological department with a 
large teaching autopsy room and its adjunct service of instruction of students in 
pathological anatomy. 

The hospital receives a large number of accident patients because of its prox- 
imity to the largest manufacturing and shipping districts of the city. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 51 

The obstetrical service provides accommodation for 40 ward patients and 
assures the student abundant obstetrical training. During the year ending De- 
cember 31st 1951, 3168 patients were delivered and discharged. Of these, 2228 
were service cases and available for teaching. Each member of the graduating 
class participated in an average of 1 1 deliveries in addition to those he attended 
at Baltimore City Hospitals as a junior student. 

The dispensaries associated with the University Hospital and the Mercy Hospi- 
tal are organized upon a uniform plan in order that the teaching may be the same 
in each. Each dispensary has the following departments: medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, ophthalmology, otology, genito-urinary, gynecology, gastroenterology, 
neurology, orthopaedics, proctology, dermatology, laryngology, rhinology, car- 
diology, tuberculosis, psychiatry, oral surgery and oncology. 

All students in their junior year work each day during one-third of the year 
in the departments of medicine and surgery of the dispensaries. In their senior 
year, all students work one hour each day in the special departments. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

The Sisters of Mercy first assumed charge of the Hospital at the corner of Cal- 
vert and Saratoga Streets, then owned by the Washington University, in 1874. 
By the merger of 1878 the Hospital came under the control of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, but the Sisters continued their work of ministering to the 
patients. 

In a very few years it became apparent that the City Hospital, as it was then 
called, was much too small to accommodate the rapidly growing demands upon it. 
However, it was not until 1888 that the Sisters of Mercy, with the assistance of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, were able to lay the corner- 
stone of the present hospital. This building was completed and occupied late in 
1889. Since then the growing demands for more space have compelled the erec- 
tion of additions, until now there are accommodations for 350 patients. 

In 1909 the name was changed from The Baltimore City Hospital to Mercy 
Hospital. 

The clinical material in the free wards is under the exclusive control of the 
Faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 
The clinical facilities of the School of Medicine have been largely increased by 
the liberal decision of the Department of Public Welfare to allow the use of the 
wards of these hospitals for medical education. The autopsy material also is 
available for student instruction. 

Members of the junior class make daily visits to these hospitals for clinical 
instruction in medicine, surgery, and the specialties. 

The Baltimore City Hospitals consist of the following separate divisions: 
The General Hospital, 400 beds, 90 bassinets. 
The Hospital for Chronic Cases, 575 beds. 
The Hospital for Tuberculosis, 280 beds. 
Infirmary (Home for Aged) 700 beds. 



52 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF 
MARYLAND FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

This institution is situated on an estate of 75 acres at Dickeyville. The site 
is within the northwestern city limits and of easy access to the city proper. 

The location is ideal for the treatment of children, in that it affords all the ad- 
vantages of sunshine and country air. 

A hospital unit, complete in every respect, offers all modern facilities for the 
care of any orthopaedic condition in children. 

The hospital is equipped with 80 beds — endowed, and city and state supported. 

The orthopaedic dispensary at the University Hospital is maintained in closest 
affiliation and cares for the cases discharged from the Kernan Hospital. The 
physical therapy department is very well equipped with modern apparatus 
and trained personnel. Occupational therapy has been fully established and 
developed under trained technicians. 

THE BALTIMORE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

This institution was first organized and operated in 1882 as an outgrowth of the 
Baltimore Eye and Ear Dispensary, which closed on June 14, 1882. The name 
then given to the new hospital was The Baltimore Eye and Ear Charity Hospital. 
It was located at the address now known as 625 W. Franklin St. The out-patient 
department was opened on September 18, 1882 and the hospital proper on 
November 1 of the same year. In 1898 a new building afforded 24 free beds 
and 8 private rooms; by 1907 the beds numbered 47; at present there are 60 beds, 
29 of which are free. In 1922 the present hospital building at 1214 Eutaw Place 
was secured and in 1926 the dispensary was opened. In 1928 a clinical laboratory 
was installed. During 1951 the out-patient visits numbered 24,400. 

Through the kindness of the Hospital Board and Staff, our junior students 
have access to the dispensary which they visit in small groups for instruction in 
ophthalmology. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 53 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION 

Requests for application forms should be filed not earlier than September 15th 
preceding by one year the desired date of admission. These forms may be secured 
from the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, University of Maryland, 
Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE FIRST YEAR 

Application for admission is made by filing the required form and by having all 
pertinent data sent directly to the Committee on Admissions, in accordance with 
the instructions accompanying the application. 

Consideration will be given applications received after December 1st provided 
the class is not complete. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING 

Students who have attended approved medical schools are eligible to file ap- 
plications for admission to the second- and third-year classes only. These ap- 
phcants must be prepared to meet the current first-year entrance requirements in 
addition to presenting acceptable medical school credentials, and a medical school 
record based on courses which are quantitatively and qualitatively equivalent to 
similar courses in this school. 

Application to advanced standing is made in accordance with the instructions 
accompanying the application form. 

Persons who already hold the degree of Doctor of Medicine will not be admit- 
ted to the Medical School as a candidate for that degree from this university. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 
The minimum requirements for admission to the School of Medicine are: 

(a) Graduation from an approved secondary school, or the equivalent in 

entrance examinations, and 

(b) Three academic years of acceptable college credit, exclusive of physical edu- 

cation and military sciences, earned in colleges of arts and sciences, 
whose names occur in the current list of "Approved Colleges of Arts and 
Sciences" as compiled by the Council on Medical Education and Hos- 
pitals of the American Medical Association. The quantity and quality 
of this course of study shall be equivalent to that required for recommen- 
dation by the institution where the college courses are being, or have 
been, pursued. 

(c) The following courses and credits in basic required subjects must be 

completed by June of the year the applicant desires to be admitted : 



54 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Semester hours 

General biology or zoology *(6) 8 

Inorganic chemistry *(6) 8 

Organic chemistry 6-8 

General physics *(6) 8 

English 6 

Modern language (German, French, Spanish) . . 6 



Quarter hours 

*(9) 12 
*(9) 12 

9-12 
*(9) 12 

9 

9 



* Consideration will be given applicants from the New England area where 6 semester 
hours, or 9 quarter hours, is the standard credit for a science course. 



(d) The total semester-hour or quarter-hour credits presented must be equiv- 

alent in quantity and quality to three-fourths of the credit requirement 
for graduation by the recommending institution, exclusive of courses in 
physical education and military sciences. 
Applicants who are unable to complete these requirements by June of the 
year admission is desired, will be considered contingent on places being 
available, provided all basic required courses and credits shall have been 
absolved by June as indicated in (c) above. 

(e) Students will not be admitted who have unabsolved conditions or failures 

in college courses. 

Elective courses should be selected from the following three groups. Highly 
desirable courses are shown in bold face type. 

Natural Sciences 

Vertebrate Embryol- 
ogy 

Comparative Vertebrate 
Anatomy 

Quantitative Analysis 

Physical Chemistry 

Mathematics 



Social Sciences 
Economics 
History 

Political Science 
Psychology (a general 

course is desirable) 
Sociology, etc. 



Humanities 
English (an advanced 

course in English 

composition should 

be taken, if possible) 
Scientific German or 

French (A reading 

knowledge of either 

language is desirable, 

although German is 

preferred) 
Philosophy 

Careful attention should be given the selection of elective courses in the 
natural sciences. It is suggested that the elective list given herewith be used as 
a guide. The remainder of college credits should be accumulated from courses 
designed to promote a broad cultural development. Thirty six semester hours 
in the humanities and social sciences are recommended in a three-year col- 
lege course. Students should avoid taking courses in college which are included 
in the medical curriculum, for example histolog}-, human anatomy, bacteriology, 
physiology, neurology and physiological chemistry. 

It is not intended that these suggestions be interpreted as restrictions upon 
the education of students who manifest an aptitude for the natural sciences or as 
limitations upon the development of students who plan to follow research work in 
the field of medicine. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 55 

In accepting candidates for admission, preference will be given to those appli- 
cants who have acceptable scholastic records in secondary school and college, 
satisfactory scores in the Medical College Admission Test, given in May each 
year, favorable letters of recommendation from their premedical committees, or 
from one instructor in each of the departments of biology, chemistry, and 
physics, and who in other respects give promise of becoming successful students 
and physicians of high standing. 

Those candidates for admission who are permanently accepted will receive 
a certificate of matriculation from the office of the Dean. 

COMBINED COURSE IN ARTS AND SCIENCES AND MEDICINE 

A combined seven years' curriculum leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Science and Doctor of Medicine is offered by the University of Maryland. The 
first three years are taken in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences at Col- 
lege Park, and the last four years in the School of Medicine in Baltimore. (See 
University catalogue for details of quantitative and qualitative college course 
requirements.) 

If a candidate for the combined degree completes the work of the first year in 
the School of Medicine with an average of C or better w^ithout failures, and if he 
has absolved the quantitative and qualitative college requirements set up by the 
University, he is eligible to recommendation by the Dean of the School of Medicine 
that the degree of Bachelor of Science be conferred. 

Because the general commencement usually takes place before the School of 
Medicine is prepared to release grades of the first-year class, this combined degree 
of Bachelor of Science is conferred at the commencement following the candidate's 
second year of residence in the School of Medicine 

STATE MEDICAL STUDENT QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey or New York, should apply to their respective state boards of 
education for medical student qualifying certificates (Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey) or approval of applications for medical student qualifying certificates 
(New York). 

Those students who are accepted must file satisfactory State certificates in the 
office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exceptions will be made to this requirement. 

Addresses of the Stale Certifying Offices 

Director of Credentials Section, Pennsylvania Department of Public In- 
struction, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief of the Bureau of Credentials, New Jersey Department of Public In- 
struction, Trenton, N. J. 

Supervisor of Qualifying Certificates, The State Education Department, 
Examinations and Inspections Division, Albany, N. Y. 



56 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

DEFINITION OF RESIDENCE AND NON-RESIDENCE 

Students who are minors are considered to be resident students if at the time of 
their registration their parents* have been domiciled in this State for at least one 
year. 

The status of the residence of a student is determined at the time of his first 
registration in the University, and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, 
in the case of a minor, his parents move to and become legal residents of the State 
by maintaining such residence for at least one full year. However, the right of the 
minor students to change from a non-resident to resident status must be estab- 
lished by him prior to the registration period for any semester. 

Adult students are considered to be resident if at the time of their registration 
they have been domicilied in this State for at least two years provided such resi- 
dence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in Maryland or 
elsewhere. 

The word domicile as used in this regulation shall mean the permanent place of 
abode. For the purpose of this rule only one domicile may be maintained. 

The following interpretations and modifications of the above rules shall apply: 

(A) The domicile of the wife shall be that of her husband, except in the case of 
a minor supported by her parents in which event the marital status will not be 
considered in determining the resident status. 

(B) Should the parents be separated, the domicile of the parent who furnishes 
the support shall determine the resident status of the child. 

(C) If the support for a minor not be furnished by the parent or guardian, the 
domicile of the person who furnishes the entire support shall determine the resident 
status of the child. 

(D) Should the support for a student be derived from a trust fund established 
specificially for his support and education, the domicile of the person who estab- 
lished this fund during the full year previous thereto shall determine the resident 
status of the student. 

(E) Should the parent or other person responsible for a student be required to 
leave a State for business or military reasons, he shall not be deprived of the right 
to claim resident status if it is evident that he intends to return to this State 
upon the completion of the special business or military assignment. 

(F) The non-resident status of an adult may be changed upon proof that he has 
purchased and has maintained a home in Maryland for at least one full year; that 
he has become a registered voter of this State; and that he intends to make this 
State his domicile. These facts must be established prior to the registration period 
for the semester for which this change in status is requested. 

* The term "parents" includes persons who have been legally constituted the guardians 
of or stand in loco parentis to such minor students. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 57 

CURRENT FEES 

Matriculation fee (paid once) $10.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Residents of Maryland 450.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Non-Residents 700.00 

Laboratory fee (each year) 25.00 

Student health service fee (each year) 20.00 

Student activities and service fee (each year) 20.00 

fLodging and meals fee 6.75 

Graduation fee 15.00 

Re-examination fee (each subject) 5.00 

Transcript fee to graduates. First copy gratis, each copy thereafter 1.00 

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES 

No fees are returnable. 

Make all checks or money orders payable to the "University of Maryland". 

When offering checks or money orders in payment of tuition and other fees, 
students are requested to have them drawn in the exact amount of such fees. 
Personal checks whose face value is in excess of the fees due will be accepted for 
collection only. 

Acceptance. — Payment of the matriculation fee of $10.00 and of a deposit on 
tuition of $50.00 is required of accepted applicants before the expiration date 
specified in the offer of acceptance. This $60.00 deposit is not returnable and 
will be forfeited if the applicant fails to register, or it will be applied to the appli- 
cant's first semester's charges on registration. 

Registration. — All students, after proper certification, are required to register 
at the business office, Gray Laboratory. (See calendar page 5 of this bulletin 
for dates for the payments of fees, and the note regarding late registration fee.) 

One-half of the tuition fee and all of the following — the laboratory fee, the 
student health fee, the maintenance and service fee and the student activities fee 
are payable on the date specified for registration for the first semester. 

The remainder of the tuition fee shall be paid on the date designated for the 
payment of fees for the second semester. Fourth year students shall pay the 
graduation fee, in addition, at this time. 

PENALTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES 

If semester fees are not paid in full on the specified registration dates, a penalty 
of $5.00 will be added. 

If a satisfactory settlement, or an agreement for settlement, is not made with 
the business office within ten days after a payment is due, the student automatically 
is debarred from attendance on classes and will forfeit the other privileges of the 
School of Medicine. 

t Junior Students will be billed for this fee, covering lodging and meals while on obstet- 
rical service at Baltimore City Hospitals. Section B on Schedule 2 will be billed for the 
first semester; Section A on Schedule 2 for the second semester. This fee must be paid 
by all junior students whether or not they serve during the previous summer or the 
academic year. 



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REEXAMINATION FEE 

A student who is eligible to reexaminations must pay the business office $5.00 for 
each subject in which he is to be examined, and he must present the receipt to the 
faculty member giving the examination before he will be permitted to take the 
examination. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE FEE 

This fee pays for the use of clothing lockers, provides library privileges, main- 
tains student loan collections, a student lounge and cafeteria. It supports a rec- 
reational program for students of all classes, provides photographs for all school 
purposes, including state boards. It supports the activities of the Student 
Council. A portion ($5) of this fee provides a year-book for each medical student. 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

James R. Karns, M.D Director, Student Health Service. 

The Medical School has made provision for the systematic care of students ac- 
cording to the following plan: 

1. Preliminary Examination — All new students will be examined during the 
first week of the semester. Notice of the date, time, and place of the examination 
will be announced to the classes and on the bulletin board. The passing of this 
physical examination is necessary before final acceptance of any student. 

2. Medical Attention — Students in need of medical attention will be seen by 
the director, Dr. James R. Kams, in his office on the 8th floor University Hospital 
at 12 m. daily, except Saturday and Sunday. In case of necessity, students will 
be seen at their homes. 

3. Hospitalization — If it becomes necessary for any student to enter the hospital 
during the school year, the school has arranged for the payment of part or all of his 
hospital expenses, depending on the length of his stay and special expenses incur- 
red. This applies only to students admitted through the school physician's office. 

4. Physical Defects — Prospective students are advised to have any known 
physical defects corrected before entering school in order to prevent loss of time 
which later correction might incur. 

5. Eye Eocamination — Each new matriculant is required to undergo an eye 
examination at the hands of an oculist (Doctor of Medicine) within the three 
months immediately preceding his entrance to the School of Medicine. Long 
study hours bring out unsuspected eye defects which cause loss of time and ineffi- 
ciency in study if not corrected before school work is under way. 

6. Limitations — It is not the function of this service to treat chronic conditions 
contracted by students before admission, nor to extend treatment to acute condi- 
tions arising in the period between academic years, unless the school physician 
recommends this service. 

GENERAL RULES 

The right is reserved to make changes in the curriculum, the requirements for 
graduation, the fees and in any of the regulations whenever the university 
authorities deem it expedient. 



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GRADING SYSTEM 



Official grades are designated by these symbols: 



Symbol 


Scholarship 


Numerical Equivalent 


A 


Superior 


93-100 


B 


Good 


87- 92 


C 


Fair 


80- 86 


D 


Passing 


75- 79 


F 


Failure 


Below 75 


I 


Incomplete 


— 


WF 


Withdrew, failing 


— 



The class standing of seniors only will be released. This standing will appear 
on senior grade reports sent out from the Registrar's office after graduation. 

ADVANCEMENT AND GRADUATION 

1. No medical student will be permitted to begin work for credit in any semester 
of any year who reports for classes later than one week after classes begin, except 
by permission of the Dean. 

2. No student will be permitted to advance with unabsolved failures. 

3. An average of C or better without failures in the year most recently com- 
pleted is required for advancement to junior and senior standing and for grad- 
uation. 

4. A student who in any one year has one failure together with grades of D 
in all other subjects, will be dropped from the rolls. 

5. A student who has failures in two completed major subjects will be dropped 
from the rolls. 

6. All students are required to attend 85% of scheduled classes and (excluding 
seniors) take spring examinations unless excused by the Dean. 

7. Should a student be required to repeat any year in any course, he must pay 
regular fees. 

8. A student failing his final examinations for graduation at the end of the fourth 
year will be required to repeat the entire course of the fourth year and take exam- 
inations in such other branches as may be required, provided he is permitted to 
enter the school as a candidate for graduation. 

9. The general fitness of a candidate for graduation as well as the results of his 
examinations will be taken into consideration by the faculty. 

EQUIPMENT 

10. At the beginning of the first year, all freshmen must provide themselves 
with microscopes of a satisfactory type equipped with a mechanical stage and a 
substage lamp. Also, each freshman must possess a complete set of dissecting 
instruments. 

A standard microscope made by Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Zeiss or Spencer 
fitted with the following attachments, meets the requirements. 



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16 mm., lOx, 0.25 N.A. — 4.9 mm. working distance. 

4 mm., 43x, 0.65 N.A. — 0.6 mm. working distance. 

1.8 mm., 97x, oil immersion, 1.25 N.A. — 0.13 mm. working distance. 

Oculars: lOx and 5x. Huygenian eyepieces. 

Triple nose pieces with 16 mm., 4 mm., and 1.9 mm. 125 N.A. oil immersion lens. 

Wide aperture stage with quick screw condenser and built on, but detachable, 
ungraduated mechanical stage. Substage condenser, variable focusing type 1.25 
N.A. with iris diaphragm. A rack and pinion focusing device is preferred. Mir- 
ror-plane on one side, concave on the other. A carrying case is recommended. 

Students are cautioned with respect to the purchase of used or odd-lot micro- 
scopes since some older instruments were equipped with a 4 mm. (high dry) 
objective whose N.A. is marked as 0.85 N.A. This objective has such a short 
working distance (0.3 mm.) that it is difficult or impossible to focus through thick 
cover glasses or the standard haemocytometer cover glass without breakage. All 
used microscopes are subject to inspection and approval by the Department of 
Microscopic Anatomy, second floor Bressler Research Laboratory, 29 S. Greene 
Street. See Dr. Lutz. This inspection is not made during August. 

11. Students in the second year class are required to provide stethoscopes. 

12. Third- and fourth-year students are required to provide themselves with 
haemocytometers, sphygmomanometers, opthalmoscopes and otoscopes. 

STATE QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

13. Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey or New York must file State qualifying certificates in 
the office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exception will be made to this rule. 

EYE EXAMINATION BEFORE ADMISSION 

14. Each new matriculant in each class is required to present to the Committee 
on Admissions a certificate from an oculist, (a graduate in medicine) that the 
matriculate's eyes have been examined under a cycloplegic and are in condition, 
with or without glasses as the case may be, to endure the strain of close and in- 
tensive reading. 

It is required that this examination be completed within three months prior to 
registration and that the certificate be mailed to the Committee on Admissions 
not later than one month before registration. 

AWARDING OF COMBINED DEGREES 

15. Students entering the School of Medicine on a three-year requirement basis 
from colleges which usually grant a degree on the successful completion of the first 
year of medicine, are restricted by the following regulations: 

a — The candidate must present a certificate from his college or university that 
he has absolved the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements 
for this degree. 

b — The candidate must acquire an average of C or better without failures for 
the work of his first year in the School of Medicine. 



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c — The Dean of the School of Medicine reserves the right to withhold his 
recommendation that a bachelor's degree be conferred at a commencement 
which occurs before the official release of first-year medical grades. 

COST OF TRANSCRIPTS 

16. Graduates will receive the first transcript of record without charge. Subse- 
quent copies will cost one dollar each. Requests for transcripts must be filed 
with the Registrar's Office, University of Maryland, Lombard and Greene 
Streets, Baltimore-l, Maryland. 

CHANGE OF ADDRESS 

17. Students are required to give the Dean's Office prompt notice of change in 
address. 

HOUSING 

There are no housing or living accommodations on the campus of the medical 
school. 

PARKING 

Because of lack of space on the university parking lots no parking facilities 
are provided thereon for students. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS 

Loan Regulations 

Loan periods have been worked out according to demand for and protection of 
different types of material. 

Two-Week Loans: All books except those on reserve. 

One-Week Loans: All journals except the latest number (which does not 

circulate), and those on reserve. 

Overnight Loans: Books and journals on reserve. 

(4 p.m.-12 :30 a.m.) 

Special Rules for Books on Reserve: 

Students whose names appear on the check -list for the Mercy Hospital section 
will be granted the necessary hours to return reserve books. 

Overnight books may be reserved in advance only within the week in which they 
will be used. Books may be reserved on Saturday for the following Monday. 

Overnight books may not be reserved two successive nights by the same person. 

Advance reserves will be held until one hour before closing. 

Fines 

Fines are imposed not to acquire money, but to assure equal access to books.. 
Two-Week Loans: 5 i per day. 
One-Week Loans: 5^ per day. 

Overnight Loans: 15^ for first hour; 5^ for each additional hour or fraction 
thereof. 

Lost Books: List price of the book. (Lost books should be reoorted at once). 



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All books must be returned, lost books replaced or paid for, and fines paid before 
a student can finish the year in good standing. 

In fairness to all concerned, these rules must be enforced without exception. 

CERTIFICATION FOR STATE BOARD AND NATIONAL BOARD 
EXAMINATIONS 

No student will be certified to State Board or National Board examiners who 
has unabsolved failures in subjects taken during the academic period covered 
by these examinations. 

WITHDRAWALS AND REFUNDS 

Formal Withdrawal Procedures 

Students over 21 years of age desiring to leave the School of Medicine at any 
time during the academic year are required to file with the Dean a written applica- 
tion for withdrawal. In addition, the student must secure an "honorable dismissal 
release" form from the Dean's secretary, and return this to the Dean's ofllce 
appropriately signed by representatives of the departments listed thereon, together 
with his "matriculation certificate." 

If these procedures are not completed, the student will not be entitled to honor- 
able dismissal nor to refund of fees. 

Students under 21 years of age, must supplement the procedures previously 
described with the written consent of their parents or guardians. 

Academic Standing On Withdrawal 

Students who voluntarily withdraw during an academic semester will be given 
no credit. 

Students are not permitted to resort to withdrawal in order to preclude current 
or impending failures. Their standing on withdrawal will be recorded in tJle 
registrar's ofiice. 

Students who withdraw from the School of Medicine, must apply to the Com- 
mittee on Admissions for readmission, unless other arrangements have been con- 
summated with the Dean's written consent. 

Refunds on Withdrawal 

Students who are eligible to honorable dismissal will receive a refund of current 
charges, after the matriculation fee has been deducted, according to the following 
schedule: 

Period elapsed after instruction begins. Perceniate refundable 

Two weeks or less 80% 

Between two and three weeks 60% 

Between three and four weeks 40% 

Between four and five weeks 20% 

After five weeks 

PRIZES 

THE FACULTY PRIZE 

The Faculty will award the Faculty Gold Medal and Certificate and five Certifi- 
cates of Honor to six of the first ten highest ranking candidates for graduation 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 63 

who, during the four academic years, have exhibited outstanding qualifications 
for the practice of medicine. 

THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORIAL PRIZE 
A prize of $25.00 is given each year by Mrs. A. Bradley Gaither as a memorial 
to the late Dr. A. Bradley Gaither, to the student in the senior class doing the best 
work in genito-urinary surgery. 

THE WILLIAM D. WOLFE MEMORIAL PRIZE 
(Value $100.00 each) 
A certificate of proficiency and a prize of $100.00 will be awarded each year 
until the fund is dissipated, to the graduate selected by the Advisory Board of the 
Faculty showing greatest proficiency in Dermatology. 

THE DR. LEONARD M. HUMMEL MEMORIAL AWARD 

A gold medal and certificate of proficiency will be awarded annually, as a 
memorial to the late Dr. Leonard M. Hummel, to the graduate selected by the 
Advisory Board of the Faculty who has manifested outstanding qualifications in 
Internal Medicine. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

All scholarships are assigned for one academic year, unless specifically rea warded 
on consideration of an application, 

Ofiicial application forms are obtainable at the Dean's office, where they should 
be filed four months before the ensuing academic year. 

THE DR. SAMUEL LEON FRANK SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank as a memorial 
to the late Dr. Samuel Leon Frank, an alumnus of this university. 

It is awarded by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University each 
year upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty "to a medical stu- 
dent of the University of Maryland, who in the judgment of said Council, is of 
good character and in need of pecuniary assistance to continue his medical 
course." 

This scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth year student who has 
successfully completed one year's work in this school. No student may hold 
this scholarship for more than two years. 

THE CHARLES M. HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $100.00 each) 
Two scholarships were established from a bequest to the School of Medicine 
by the late Charles M. Hitchcock, M.D., an alumnus of the university. 

These scholarships are awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment 
Fund of the University, upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty, 
to students who have meritoriously completed the work of at least the first year 
of the course in medicine, and who present to the Board satisfactory evidence of 
a good moral character and of inability to continue the course without pecuniary 
assistance. 



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THE RANDOLPH WINSLOVV SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Randolph Winslow, M.D,, LL.D. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty, to a "needy student 
of the Senior, Junior, or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

"He must have maintained an average grade of 85% in all his work up to the 
time of awarding the scholarship." 

"He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance." 

THE DR. LEO KARLINSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Ray Mintz Karlinsky as a memorial 
to her husband, the late Dr. Leo Karlinsky, an alumnus of the university. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon the nomination of the Advisory Board of the Faculty, to "a needy stu- 
dent of the Senior, Junior or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

He must have maintained in all his work up to the time of awarding the scholar- 
ship a satisfactory grade of scholarship. 

He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Advisory Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance. 

THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP 

A scholarship which entitles the holder to exemption from payment of tuition 
fee for the year, is awarded annually by the Advisory Board of the Faculty to a 
student of the senior class in need of assistance who presents to the Board satis- 
factory evidence of good character and scholarship. 

THE FREDERICA GEHRMANN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $200.00) 

(Not open to holders of Warfield and Cohen Scholarships) 
This scholarship was established by the bequest of the late Mrs. Frederica 
Gehrmann and is awarded to a third-year student who at the end of the second 
year has passed the best practical examinations in physiology, pharmacology, 
pathology, bacteriology, immunology, serology, surgical anatomy and neuro- 
anatomy. 

THE CLARENCE AND GENEVRA WARFIELD SCHOLARSHIPS 

(Value $300.00 each) 

There are five scholarships estabhshed by the regents from the income of the 
fund bequeathed by the will of Dr. Clarence Warfield. 

Terms and Conditions: These scholarships are available to students of any of 
the classes of the course in medicine. Preference is given to students from the 



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counties of the state of Maryland which the Advisory Board of the Faculty may 
from time to time determine to be most in need of medical practitioners. 

Any student receiving one of these scholarships must agree, after graduation 
and a year's internship, to undertake the practice of medicine, for a term of two 
years, in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county selected by 
the Board. In the event that a student is not able to comply with the condition 
requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by the Board, 
the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded by the student. 

THE ISRAEL AND CECELIA E. COHEN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $150.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Eleanor S. Cohen in memory of 
her parents, Israel and Cecelia E. Cohen. Terms and conditions: This scholarship 
will be available to students of any one of the classes of the course in medicine; 
preference is given to students of the counties in the state of Maryland which the 
Advisory Board of the Faculty may from time to time determine to be most in 
need of medical practitioners. Any student receiving one of these scholarships 
must, after graduation and a year's internship, agree to undertake the practice of 
medicine for a term of two years in the county to which the student is accredited, 
or in a county selected by the council. In the event that a student is not able to 
comply with the condition requiring him to practice in the county to which he is 
accredited by the Board, the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded. 

THE DR. HORACE BRUCE HETRICK SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $250.00) 

This scholarship was estabhshed by Dr. Horace Bruce Hetrick as a memorial 
to his sons, Bruce Hayward Hetrick and Augustus Christian Hetrick. It is to 
be awarded by the Advisory Board of the Fac^Jty to a student of the senior class. 

THE HENRY ROLANDO SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value approximately $250.00) 

The Henry Rolando Scholarship was established by the Board of Regents of 
the University of Maryland from a bequest to the Board by the late Anne H. 
Rolando for the use of the Faculty of Medicine. 

This scholarship will be awarded each academic year on the recommendation 
of the Advisory Board of the Faculty to a "poor and deserving student." 

THE READ SCHOLARSHIPS 

The sum of S500.00 Is now available to cover two (2) scholarships in the 
amount of $250.00 each for a given academic year. Beginning in 1945, these 
scholarships were made possible by a donation from the Read Drug and Chemical 
Company of Baltimore, Maryland. Two students are to be selected by the Dean 
of the School of IMedicine in collaboration with the Scholarship and Loan Commit- 



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tees of the Medical School with the provision that the students selected shall be 
worthy, deserving students, residents of the State of Maryland. 

THE PFIZER SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

This fund has been made possible for the session 1952-53 through the generosity 
of the Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc. who have made available $1,000 to be distributed 
on recommendations of the Scholarship and Loan Committee and with the ap- 
proval of the Dean. The donations from this fund will be allocated to deserving 
students on the basis of proven need, character and scholastic attainment. 

LOAN FUNDS 

W. K. KELLOGG FUND 

This loan fund was established in the academic year 1942 with money granted 
by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. The interest paid on the loans, together with 
the principal of the fund as repaid, will be used to found a rotating loan fund. 
Loans will be made on the basis of need, character and scholastic attainment. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE LOAN FUND 
A Faculty of Medicine Loan Fund was established with money derived from 
the bequest of Dr. William R. Sanderson, Class 1882, and the gift of Dr. Albert 
Stein, Class 1907. Loans will be made on the basis of need, character, and 
scholastic ability. 

THE EDWARD L. MEIERHOF LOAN FUND 

This bequest was established through a grant from Dr. Edward L. Meierhof, 
who was graduated from the Medical School in 1881. The principal of this fund 
will be used as a rotating loan fund from which loans will be made to regularly 
enrolled students of the School of Medicine on the basis of need, character and 
scholastic attainment. 

THE JAY W. EATON LOAN FUND 

This fund was established by the local chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity 
in memory of Jay W. Eaton of the class of 1946. 

Beginning in 1946 an interest-free loan of $100.00 will be made to some worthy 
member of the senior class, on recommendation of the Scholarship Committee of 
the School of Medicine. This loan is to be credited to the tuition fee of the ap- 
pointed student and is to be repaid by the student within four years following his 
graduation. 

THE SENIOR CLASS LOAN FUND 

The senior class of 1945 originated this fund which will accumulate by subscrip- 
tion from among members of each senior class. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the dean of the School of Medicine 
award a loan of $100.00 to a needy member of the senior class on the recommenda- 
tion of a self-perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty. 

Loans from this fund are to be credited to the tuition fee of the appointed 
student and are to be repaid within five years from the date of graduation. 



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THE STUDENT AID FUND FOR SENIORS 

This fund was originated by the class of 1950 and is sponsored by the senior 
class of each succeeding year. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial 
aid for any deserving member of the senior class. All members of the senior 
class are eligible to apply for a loan. Applications may be filed at the office of the 
dean. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the Scholarship and Loan Com- 
mittee award loans to members of the senior class on recommendation of a self- 
perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty who may call on the 
president of the senior class for assistance, if desired. 

Loans from this fund are made on a non-interest bearing basis and are payable 
within five years. A signed note is required. No co-signers are necessary. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 

The curriculum is organized under fifteen departments. 

1. Anaesthesiology. 

2. Anatomy (including Histology, Embryology, and Neuro-anatomy) . 

3. Bacteriology and Immunology. 

4. Biological Chemistry. 

5. Gynecology. 

6. Medicine (including Medical Specialties). 

7. Obstetrics. 

8. Ophthalmology. 

9. Pathology. 
10. Pediatrics. 

15. Pharmacology. 

16. Physiology. 

13. Psychiatry. 

14. Roentgenology. 

15. Surgery (including Surgical Specialties). 

The instruction is given in four academic years of graded work. 

Several courses of study extend through two years or more, but in no case are 
the students of different years thrown together in the same course of teaching. 

The first and second years are devoted largely to the study of the structures, 
functions and chemistry of the normal body. Laboratory work occupies most of 
the student's time during these two years. 

Some introductory instruction in medicine and surgery is given in the second 
year. The third and fourth years are almost entirely clinical. 

A special feature of instruction in the school is the attempt to bring together 
teacher and student in close personal relationship . In many courses of instruc- 
tion the classes are divided into small groups and a large number of instructors 
insures attention to the requirements of each student. 

In most courses the final examination as the sole test of proficiency has dis- 
appeared and the student's final grade is determined largely by partial examina- 
tions, recitations and assigned work carried on throughout the course. 



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ANAESTHESIOLOGY 

Professor of Anaesthesiology 

and Head of the Department 

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology 

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 

Associate in Anaesthesiology 

James Russo Assistant in Anaesthesiology 

THIRD YEAR 

Lectures are given on the general physiology and pharmacology of anesthesia, 
with consideration of the special physiology and pharmacology of each anaesthetic 
agent. The methods of induction and administration of anaesthesia are discussed. 
The factors influencing the selection of the anaesthetic are emphasized, and the 
preparation and care of the anaesthetized patient are carefully explained. 

These lectures are correlated with practical demonstrations, supplemented by 
lantern slides and motion pictures, at the University Hospital. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Each senior student is required to spend six hours per week for four weeks 
observing and administering anaesthetics in the operating room. 

Third year 10 hours 

Fourth year 24 hours 

Total 34 hours 

ANATOMY 

Gross Anatomy 

Eduard Uhlenhuth Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department 

Vernon E. Krahl Associate Professor of Anatomy 

Karl F. Mech Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

DeWitt T. Hunter, Jr Instructur in Anatomy 

Robert E. McCafferty Instructor in Anatomy 

Nathan Snyder Instructor in Anatomy of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 

Gladys E. Wadsworth Instructor in Anatomy 

WiLLL^ E. LOECHEL U. S. P. H. S. Medical Artist 

Histology t Embryology and N euro- Anatomy 

Frank H. J. Figge Professor of Anatomy 

0. G. Harne Associate Professor of Anatomy 

John F. Lutz . Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

H. Patterson Mack Associate in Anatomy 

Geraldine F. Wolee Assistant in Anatomy 

V. V. Brunst Research Associate in Anatomy 

George C. Peck John F. B. Weaver Summer Fellow in Histology and Embryology 

Vernon M. Gelhaus. .John F. B. Weaver Summer Fellow in Histology and Embryology 

Surgical Anatomy 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

W. Wallace Walker Associate Professor of Surgical Anatomy 



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William B. Settle Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

HJERBERT E. Reifschneider Associatc in Surgical Anatomy 

Harry C. Bowie Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Richard M. Garrett Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Gross Anatomy. First Year. First semester. The gross structure of the 
human body, studied by dissection of the human cadaver. The entire human 
body is dissected. Approximately 370 hours; of these 80 hours are devoted to 
lectures and conferences, the rest to laboratory work and demonstrations. Drs. 
Uhlenhuth, Krahl, Mech, Hunter, McCafferty and Miss Wadsworth. 

First Year. First Semester. Peripheral Nervous System. A lecture course 
of approximately 32 hours, in two-hour periods each Saturday morning. Dr. 
Uhlenhuth. 

Histology and Embryology First Year. First Semester. The Microscopic 
Structure of the Organs, Tissues and Cells of the Human Body. 

This course will present an integrated study of the histology and embryology 
of the human body. 

An attempt will be made to correlate this with gross anatomy as well as other 
subjects in the medical curriculum. Special emphasis will be placed on the dy- 
namic and functional aspects of the subject. 150 hours. Dr. Figge, Prof. Harne, 
Drs. Lutz, Mack, Brunst and Miss Wolfe. 

Neuroanatomy. First Year. Second Semester. The Central Nervous Sys- 
tem. The study of the detailed anatomy of the central nervous system will 
be coordinated with the structure and function of the entire nervous system. This 
study will require the dissection of a human brain and the examination of stained 
microscopic sections of various levels of the brain stem. 100 hours. Dr. Figge, 
Prof. Harne, Drs. Lutz, Mack, Smith and Miss Wolfe. 

Surgical Anatomy. Second Year. Second Semester. Topographic and 
Surgical Anatomy. The course is designed to bridge the gap between abstract 
anatomy and clinical anatomy as applied to the study and practice of medicine 
and surgery. Students are required to dissect and demonstrate all points, out- 
lines and regions of the cadaver. Underlying regions are dissected to bring out- 
lines and relations of structures. Dr. Brantigan and staff. 

Total hours: 96 

Graduate and Postgraduate Courses. Consult the general catalog of the 
University of Maryland for descriptions of these courses. 

ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 

Carl Dame Clarke Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Thomas M. Stevenson, Jr Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Raymond J. Clayton, Jr Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Jane L. Bleakley Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Nancy M. Balchun Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

This department is maintained for the purpose of supplying pictorial and plastic 
illustrations for visual teaching in the classrooms of the medical school and for 



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publication in scientific periodicals. Research in prosthetics and the production 
of prosthetic appliances are also carried out in this department. 
Special courses of instruction are given to qualified students. 

BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

Frank VV Hachtel Professor of Bacteriology and Head of the Department 

Edward Steers Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

Andrew G. Smith Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 

H. Edmund Levin Associate in Bacteriology 

Merrill J. Snyder Instructor in Bacteriology 

Ernest C. Herrmann, Jr.. . .Bressler Reserve Fund Research Associate in Bacteriology 

Norma Mary Keigler Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Bacteriology 

Robert C. Wood Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Bacteriology 

Mary V. Reed Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Bacteriolog>' 

Second Year, First Semester. The principles of general bacteriology are 
taught by quiz, conference, and lecture. 

Instruction given in the laboratory includes the methods of preparation of 
culture media, the study of pathogenic bacteria, and the bacteriological examina- 
tion of water and milk. The bacteriological diagnosis of communicable diseases 
is also included. 

Second Year. Second Semester. The principles of immunology are presented 
by means of quizzes, conferences and lectures. 

The course includes a consideration of infection and immunity, the nature and 
action of the various antibodies, complement fixation and flocculation tests, hyper- 
sensitiveness, and the preparation of bacterial vaccines. 

Experiments are carried out by the class in the laboratory. During the latter 
half of the semester the class is divided into sections. 

Total hours: Bacteriology 150. 
Immunology 72. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Emil G. Schmidt Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the Department 

Edward J. Herbst Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Raymond E. Vanderlinde Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry 

William H. Summerson Lecturer in Biological Chemistry 

Ann Virginia Brown Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

Jean D. Gardenier Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Eleanor B, Glinos Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Patricia S. Thorpe Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Dorothy D. Hubbard. .Research Corporation and Bressler Reserve Fund Post Doctorate 

Fellow in Biological Chemistry 

Gerald Kessler Nutrition Foundation Fellow in Biological Chemistry 

Frank D. Vasington Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry 

Alvan Nathan Geser Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry 



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First Year. Second Semester. This course is designed to prcseiit the prin- 
ciples of biological chemistry and to indicate their appHcations to the cHnical 
aspects of m.edicine. The phenomena of Hving matter and its chief ingrecHents, 
secretions and excretions are discussed in lectures and conferences and examined 
experimentally. Training is given in biochemical methods of investigation. Total 
hours: 208. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

CARDIOLOGY [a division of medicine] 

In the third year a series of lectures and clinics correlated with pathological 
studies is given the entire class. 

In the fourth year students are assigned for two periods weekly for five weeks 
to the Cardiac Clinic and attend consultation rounds and conferences on cardio- 
vascular cases on the Medical wards. 

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY [a dwision of medicineI 

Milton S. S.a.cks Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of 

the Division of Clinical Pathology 

Marie A. Antdersch Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine 

Joseph B. Workaian Associate in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Instructor in Medicine 

Audrey M. Funk Instructor in Medicine 

Perry O. Futterman Instructor in Medicine 

Stanley Miller Instructor in Medicine 

William G. Esmond Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Medicine 

Third Year. First and second semesters. The course in Clinical Pathology is 
designed to train the student in the performance and interpretation of fundamental 
diagnostic laboratory procedures used in clinical medicine. 

During the first semester the work is devoted to a thorough consideration of dis- 
eases of the hematopoietic system. In the second semester, laboratory work in 
urinalysis, gastric analysis, hepatic, pancreatic and renal functions, together with 
a thorough discussion of underlying biochemical and physiological mechanisms is 
undertaken. During this semester examination of cerebrospinal fluid, transudates 
and exudates is included. Elements of clinical parasitology complete the work in 
this semester. 

Each student provides his own microscope and blood counting equipment, A 
completely equipped locker is assigned to every student. 

Total Hours: 128. 

Fourth Year. During the fourth year the student applies in the laboratories of 
the various affiliated hospitals the knowledge acquired during the preceding year. 
A completely equipped locker is assigned enabling him to work independent of 
the general laboratories. Instnictors are available during certain hours to give 
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DENTISTRY [a division of surgery] 

»Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery 

^Myron S. Aisenberg Professor of Pathology 

^Joseph C. Biddix, Jr Professor of Oral Diagnosis 

>Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics 

^Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

^Grayson W. Gaver Professor of Dental Prosthesis 

^Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Crown and Bridge 

^Kenneth V. Randolph Professor of Operative Dentistry 

^Edward C. Dobb^ Professor of Pharmacology 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery 

^HuGH H. Hicks Associate Professor of Periodontology 

^Lewis C. Toomey Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

HViLBUR O. Ramsay Assistant Professor of Clinical Dental Prosthesis 

^Samuel H. Bryant Instructor in Oral Diagnosis 

^Russell Gigliotti Instructor in Clinical Oral Diagnosis 

^Joseph P. Cappuccio Instructor in Oral Surgery 

^Conrad L. Inman Instructor in Anesthesiology 

This section has been reorganized for the teaching of both medical and dental 
students. There has been established a division in the out-patient department, 
and beds will be provided in the University Hospital, for the care of patients who 
will be available for the teaching of students from both schools. 

Senior year: clinics weekly. 

Ward instruction and group teaching are given. This includes diagnosis and 
treatment of diseases of the face, mouth and jaws. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY [a division of medicine] 



Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

Francis A. Ellis Associate Professor of Dermatology 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Associate Professor of Dermatology 

Eugene S. Bereston Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

A. Albert Shapiro Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Israel Zeligm.an Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

R. C. V, Robinson Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

William R. Bunt>ick Associate in Dermatology 

Mark B. Hollander Instructor in Dermatology 

Morris M. Cohen Instructor in Dermatology 

David Bacharach Instructor in Dermatology 

Lee R. Lerman Assistant in Dermatology 

The third year class receives six lecture-demonstrations on the principles of 
dermatology by Dr. Robinson. 

The senior course consists of conferences and demonstrations of the common 

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skin diseases and venereal diseases in the outpatient dermatologic and syphilis 
clinics and on the medical wards. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGY [a division of medicine] 

Theodore H. Morrison Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Maurice Feldman Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Zachariah Morgan Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

Z. Vance Hooper Associate in Gastro-Enterology 

Albert J. Shochat Instructor in Gastro-Enterology 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor in Medicine 

Alfred S. Lederman Assistant in Gastro-Enterology 

Third Year. A series of six lectures is given on the diseases of the digestive 
tract. 

Fourth Year. Students attend the gastro-intestinal clinic for two periods weekly 
for five weeks, and consultation rounds on gastro-intestinal cases on the Medical 
wards. Practical instruction is given in the use of modern methods of study of 
the diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract. 

GYNECOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology, and Head of the Department 

Leo Brady Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Edward P. Smith Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

J. J. Erwin Associate in Gynecology 

Frank K. Morris Associate in Gynecology 

Gerald A. Galvin Associate in Gynecology 

John T. Hibbitts Associate in Gynecology 

Kenneth B. Boyd Associate in Gynecology 

Theodore Kardash Instructor in Gynecology 

Charles B. Marek Instructor in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Bowyer Instructor in Gynecology 

Ernest S. Edlow Instructor in Gynecology 

W. Allen Deckert Instructor in Gynecology 

Helen I. Maginnis Instructor in Gynecology 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Instructor in Gynecology 

William A. Dodd. Instructor in Gynecology 

Harry McB. Beck Instructor in Gynecology 

William C. Duffy Instructor in Gynecology 

Joseph C. Sheehan Instructor in Gynecology 

William J. Rysanek Instructor in Gynecology 

Harry F. Kane , Instructor in Gynecology 

Robert B. Tunney Instructor in Gynecology 



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James H. Shell, Jr Assistant in Gynecology 

Thomas A. Stebbins U.S.P.H.S., Cancer Teaching Fund Medical Illustrator 

in Oncology and Gynecology 
Amy Lee Wells Research Assistant in Gynecological Pathology 

Third Year. A comprehensive course of 30 lectures in the field of gynecology, 
female urology, and female oncology is given to the entire class. 

Fourth Year. An intensive course is given to small groups of students through- 
out the year, during which time the students are assigned exclusively to this 
department. The course consists of instructions including lectures, seminars, 
ward rounds, and operative clinics. In addition, two special instruction periods 
are given in pathology at which time a review of the pathological material seen 
at operation is made with especial reference to the pathology of m.alignant disease. 
The students are assigned patients on the gynecological wards, and also work 
in the gynecological, cystoscopy and oncology dispensaries each day. 

Third year 30 hours 

Fourth year , 75 hours 

Total : 105 hours 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE 

Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Beginning with the spring of 1942 a group of lectures on the history of medicine 
has been presented on selected phases and trends of the development of medical 
knowledge and practice. It is planned to avoid duplication of subject matter 
for at least four years. 

These lectures are offered primarily for our students, but a cordial invitation 
is extended to an3^one who may wish to attend. 

Announcement of the lectures will be made by mail and on the bulletin 
board of the School of Medicine. 

HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH [a nmsiON of medicine] 

Huntington Williams Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H. F. Warthen Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Ross Davies Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

]\Iatthew L. Taback Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Third Year. A one-hour lecture is given to the whole class each Tuesday during 
both semesters. Basic instruction is afforded in the chnical and pubHc health 
aspects of the communicable diseases including S}T3hilis and tuberculosis. The 
lectures are under the auspices of the Department of Medicine and are given by 
staff members of that department, including physicians representing pediatrics, 
hygiene and public health, and by staff members of the Baltimore City Health 
Department. 

Fourth Year. Elective work is also assigned at the Western Health District 
Building of the City Health Department, 617 West Lombard Street, where the 
District Health OfiBcer arranges for home visiting and the student prepares and 
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The course deals with the fundamentals of public health and supplements the 
work in the third year. The major empha?is in both years is on the practice of 
preventive medicine and the relation of prevention to diagnosis and treatment, 
and on the civic and social implications of the medical services. 

BIOSTATISTICS 

First Year. A series of 15 one hour lectures is given to the whole class during the 
Second Semester dealing with the basic methods of statistical analysis and demon- 
stration of their use in several areas of medical investigation. 

Instruction is designed to assist the medical student in evaluating quantitative 
aspects of medical information. 

INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY [a dwision of surgery] 

Charles A. REiFScnNEroER Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

This section is under the combined supervision of the medical and surgical 
departments. It is a cooperative effort by members of the medical school and 
hospital staff to afford means for clinical and laboratory study of the patient who 
has been subjected to traumatic or medical industrial hazard, so that adequate 
care may be instituted to promote his physical well-being. The facilities of the 
laboratories of the medical school and hospital are available as required. 

Under direction of this department limited undergraduate instruction is given, 
especially in the methods of examination and of keeping records and in the general 
medico-legal principles as they affect the industrial employee, the employer, the 
general insurers, the physician and the hospital. There is also instruction on 
methods of making life insurance and other physical examinations, whether for 
employment or for health purposes. The wards of the University, Mercy and 
Baltimore City Hospitals provide for bed-side instruction. 

Total hours: 8. 

LEGAL MEDICINE [a division of medicine] 

Russell S. Fischer Professor and Head of the Division of Legal Medicine 

Stanley H. Durlacher Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine 

Henry C. Freimuth Associate in Legal Medicine 

William J. McClafferty Associate in Legal Medicine 

Richard Lindenberg Associate in Legal Medicine 

William V. Lovitt, Jr. Associate in Legal Medicine 

Kenneth F. Clute Research Associate in Legal Medicine 

Arthur J. Fisk Research Assistant in Legal Medicine 

Ella Freytag Research Assistant in Legal Medicine 

Third Year. This course embraces a summary of medical jurisprudence in- 
cluding the laws governing the practice of medicine, industrial compensation 
and malpractice, proceedings in criminal and civil prosecution, medical evidence 
and testimony, identification of bodies, injuries by blunt force, gunshot and other 
mechanisms, natural and homicidal deaths, medicolegal toxicology and the medico- 
legal autopsy. (12 hours.) 



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Elective Course (summer). A small number of students may upon application 
be assigned to elective work in the laboratory of the Chief Medical Examiner of 
the State of Maryland. 

MEDICINE 

Maurice C. Pincoffs Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department 

T. Nelson Carey Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Thomas P. Sprunt Professor of Clinical Medicine 

H. Raymond Peters Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

William S. Love, Jr Associate Professor of Medicine 

Thomas C. Wolff Associate Professor of Medicine 

Howard M. Bubert Associate Professor of Medicine 

J. Sheldon Eastland Associate Professor of Medicine 

Melton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine 

Lewis P. Gundry Associate Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Medicine 

Theodore E. Woodward Associate Professor of Medicine 

William H. Smith Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Wetherbee Fort Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Frank J. Geraghty Assistant Professor of Medicine 

H. Vernon Langeluttig Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edward F. Cotter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

C. Edward Leach Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Samuel T. R. RE\rELL, Jr Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Henry J. Marriott Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Robert A. Reiter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sidney Scherlis Assistant Professor of Medicine 

James R. Karns Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Marie A. Andersch Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine 

Samuel Legum Associate in Medicine 

W. Grafton Herspberger Associate in Medicine 

Meyer W. Jacobson Associate in Medicine 

Conrad B. Acton Associate in Medicine 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

Lawrence M. Serra Associate in Medicine 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Associate in Medicine 

William K. Waller Associate in Medicine 

Arthur Karfgin Associate in Medicine 

M. Paul Byerly Associate in Medicine 

Hen-ry W. D. Holljes Associate in Medicine 

S. Edwin Muller Associate in IMedicine 

Kurt Levy Associate in Medicine 

Wilfred H. Townshend Associate in Medicine 

Alvin J. Hartz Associate in Medicine 

Edmund G. Beacham Associate in Medicine 

Louis V. Blum Associate in Medicine 

Leon Ashman Associate in Medicine 



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Daniel Wilfson, Jr Associate 

Jonas Cohen Associate 

Walter Karfgin Associate 

Irving Freeman Associate 

J. Emmet Queen Associate 

Charles F. Bramble Associate 

John B. DeHoff Associate 

William C. Ebeling, III Associate 

Joseph Furnari Associate 

Robert E. Bauer Associate 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor 

John A. Myers Instructor 

William G. Helfrich Instructor 

Joseph E. Muse Instructor 

William H. Kammer, Jr Instructor 

Samuel J. Kankin Instructor 

Frederick J. Vollmer Instructor 

John R. Davis Instructor 

L. Ann Hellen Instructor 

Audrey M. Funk Instructor 

Leon A. Kochman Instructor 

C. Herman Williams Instructor 

Jerome Sherman Instructor 

Perry O. Futterman Instructor 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Instructor 

William F. Cox, III Instructor 

Donald W. Mintzer Instructor 

Bernard Burgin Instructor 

Lauriston L. Keown Instructor 

Franklin E. Leslie Instructor 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor 

Robert T. Parker Instructor 

Stephen J. Van Lill, III Instructor 

Stuart D. Sunday Instructor 

Irvin B. Kemick Instructor 

Maurice Feldman, Jr Instructor 

James J. Nolan Instructor 

Charles E. Shaw Instructor 

Joseph G. Bird Instructor 

Leonard Scherlis Instructor 

Stanley Miller Instructor 

John C. Osborne Instructor 

Rollin C. Hudson Assistant 

Raymond M. Lauer Assistant 

Burton V. Lock Assistant 

Carl F. Myers Assistant 

Jack Wexler Assistant 

Marvin Goldstein Assistant 

Joseph C. Myers Assistant 

Thomas Worsley Assistant 

Edward S. Kallins Assistant 



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Herbert J. Levickas Assistant in Medicine 

Joseph Charles Matchar Assistant in Medicine 

Joseph C. Blazek Assistant in Medicine 

William G. Esmond Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine 

Francis J. Borges Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Kyle W. Swisher, Jr Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Joseph B. Bronushas Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Joseph C. Fitzgerald Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Harry D. Perry Jr , Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Aubrey Richardson Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Awilda Gay Research Assistant in Medicine 

SeCONL) V'EAk 

Introduction to clinical medicine. 

(a) Introductory physical diagnosis. (1 hour a week, first semester; 2 hours a week, 

second semester.) 

(b) Medical clinics. (1 hour a week, second semester.) 

Third Year 

I, The methods of examination: (a) History taking, (b) Physical diagnosis. Cc) 
CHnical pathology. 
Instruction includes lectures and practice in the wards, outpatient department and 
laboratory. 
11. The principles of medicine : 

(a) Lectures, clinics and demonstrations in general medicine, neurology, and pre- 
ventive medicine. 
Third Year teaching of physical diagnosis is carried out chiefly in the various units 
of the City Hospital. 

Fourth Year 

The practice of medicine : 
I. Clinical clerkship on the medical wards (31 hours a week for ten weeks). 

(a) Responsibility, under supervision, for the history, ph3^sical examination, 

laboratory examinations and progress notes of assigned cases. 

(b) Ward classes, ward rounds and conferences in general medicine, the medical 

specialties, and therapeutics. 
II. Dispensary work in the medical specialties. 
III. CHnical-pathological conferences (1 hour a week). 

The medical dispensary of the University Hospital is utilized for teaching in the 
third year. Each student spends two hours daily for ten weeks in dispensary work. 
The work is done in groups of four to six students under an instructor. Systematic 
history-taking is especially stressed. Physical findings are demonstrated. The 
student becomes familiar with the commoner acute and chronic disease processes. 

Clinical clerkships in the Fourth Year are served on the medical wards of both 
the University and Mercy Hospitals. 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY [a dwision of surgery] 

James G. Arnold, Jr. 

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Richard G. Coblentz Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology and Neuropathology 

Robert Oster 

Associate in Electro-physiology, and Director of the Hofinaerger Electroencephalo- 

graphic Laboratory 
Raymond K. Thompson 

Associate in Neurological Surgery, Director of Neurological Surgery Research 

Frank J. Otenasek Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

John W. Chambers Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

Robert M. N. Crosby Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

William H. Mossberg, Jr Instructor in Neurosurgery 

August Kiel, Jr Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

Third Year. This course comprises lectures and d';mostrations in the funda- 
mentals of neurological surgery. Total hours, fifteen 

Fourth Year. Weekly ward rounds at the University and Mercy Hospitals. 
Total hours, sixteen. 

Dispensary Instruction. A small number of students may apply for instruction 
in the neurological out-patient dispensary. 

NEUROLOGY [a division of medicine] 

Leon Freedom Associate Professor of Neurology 

Philip F. Lerner Assistant Pr«>fessor of Neurology 

H.ARRY Teiielbaum Assistant Professor of Neurology 

William L. Fearing Associate in Neurology 

Edward F. Cotter Associate in Neurology 

George G. Merrill Associate in Neurology 

Second Year. Fifteen one-hour lectures are given to correlate the anatomy 
and physiology of the nervous system with clinical neurology. 

Third Year. Twenty hours of instruction are given to the whole class in neuro- 
pathology supplemented with pathological demonstrations. Sixteen lecture- 
demonstrations are given in which the major types of the diseases of the nervous 
system are discussed. A course is also given at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 
comprising eight periods of two hours each, in which the students in small groups 
carry out complete neurological examinations of selected cases which illustrate 
the chief neurological syndromes. 

Fourth Year. Fourth year students in the Medical section attend neurological 
consultation rounds on ward patients in the University and Mercy Hospitals. 
All patients presented at these clinics are carefully examined. 

Dispensary Instructions. Small sections are instructed in the neurological dis- 
pensary of the Mercy Hospital five afternoons each week. In this way students 
are brought into contact with nervous diseases in their early and late manifesta- 
tions. 

OBSTETRICS 

Louis H. Douglass Professor of Obstetrics and Head of the Department 

J. Morris Reese Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

D. Frank Kaltreider Associate Professor of Obstetrics 



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IsADORE A. SiEGEL Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

John E. Savage Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Hugh B. McNally Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Margaret B. Ballard Associate in Obstetrics 

D. McClelland Dlxon Associate in Obstetrics 

Osborne C. Christensen Associate in Obstetrics 

J. Tyler Baker Associate in Obstetrics 

J. Huff Morrison Associate in Obstetrics 

George H. Davis Instructor in Obstetrics 

J. King B. E. Seegar Instructor in Obstetrics 

Vincent dePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

Louis C. Gareis Instructor in Obstetrics 

Kenneth B. Boyd Assistant in Obstetrics 

W. Kenneth Mansfieij), Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

Theodore Kardash Assistant in Obstetrics 

Harry McB. Beck Assistant in Obstetrics 

William A. Dodd Assistant in Obstetrics 

Irvin p. Klemkowski Assistant in Obstetrics 

Clarence W. Martin Assistant in Obstetrics 

Vernon C. Kelley Assistant in Obstetrics 

Harry Cohen Assistant in Obstetrics 

Thomas C. Webster Assistant in Obstetrics 

Vincent DeP. Fitzpatrick Assistant in Obstetrics 

Ernest Scher Assistant in Obstetrics 

James H. Shell, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

F. X. Paul Tinker Assistant in Obstetrics 

Daniel Ehrlich Assistant in Obstetrics 

Benson C. Schwartz Assistant in Obstetrics 

Second Year: During the second semester lectures are given one hour weekly. 
Students are oriented on the normal pelvis, generative tract and the physiology 
of pregnancy and labor. The conduct of normal delivery and the puerperium are 
explained, and in general an attempt is made to prepare the student for the prac- 
tical training he is to receive in his third year. Dr. J. M. Reese. 

Third Year: Lectures and recitations consist of 3 hours teaching weekly and 
are designed to cover the anatomy more completely, especially that of the bony 
pelvis from an obstetrical point of view. Physiology of the endocrine system is 
reviewed as it relates to pregnancy and the growth and development of the im- 
pregnated ovum. Following this the pathology of pregnancy, labor and the puer- 
perium are considered. Drs, Douglass, Reese, Siegel, Savage, Dixon and 
Kaltreider. 

Each student is required to spend 4 days on the obstetrical service of the Balti- 
more City Hospitals during his junior year. Here he acts as a junior intern, ob- 
serving, assisting and finally delivering normal cases under supervision. Each 
student attends a total of about 25 deliveries, in the majority of which he takes an 
active part. 

Each student receives, as a member of a small group, 10 hours of instruction in 
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of the mechanism of labor. Drs. Siegel and McNally. 

Fourth Year: The instruction is entirely clinical. The "block system" is used. 
One-sixteenth of the class is assigned to obstetrics only for a period of 2 weeks. 
Students live at the University Hospital during this time and are on call 24 hours 
a day. They receive formal class instruction, are required to attend all rounds 
and staff conferences and are present at the majority of the deliveries as observers, 
assistants or as accoucheurs. In this way each student will actively participate 
in about 11 deliveries. Operative work on an obstetrical mannikin is an organized 
part of the course. Each student receives 6 hours of this type of instruction. 

Each student spends 20 hours in the prenatal and postnatal clinics, where in- 
structions in these fields are given. 

Students assigned to obstetrics are required to attend the monthly meetings of 
The Committee on Maternal Mortality of Baltimore, where all maternal deaths 
occurring in this city are presented and discussed. 

Second year — 16 hours Third year — 148 hours 

Fourth year — 106 hours Total — 270 hours 

ONCOLOGY [a division of gynecology and surgeryI 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Assistant Professo*^ of Gynecology 

Everett S. I^iggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Arthur G. Siwinski Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart Associate in Surgery 

John M. Dennis Associate in Radiology 

J. DuER Moores Instructor in Surgery 

Louis F. Goodman Instructor in Surgery 

GiRARDO B. PoLANCO National Cancer Institute Trainee in Pathology 

E. Eugene Covington Assistant Radiologist 

Thomas A. Stebbins U.S.P.H.S., Cancer Teaching Fund Medical Illustrator 

in Oncology and G>Tiecology 

The purpose of the courses in Oncology is to give students training in the 
diagnosis and treatment of neoplastic diseases not obtained in other departments 
and at the same time to correlate this training with that received in surgery, 
medicine, roentgenology and other specialties. 

Third year. Six didactic lectures are given on the diagnosis and treatment of 
cancer of the generative organs. Dr. Hundley and staff. 

Five lectures in general oncology are given to the entire Junior Class at the end 
of the year. The increasing importance of the cancer problem is emphasized. 
The biological aspects of cancer and the relation of hormones, carcinogenic agents, 
and etiological factors are discussed. The gradation of neoplasms, and the bio- 
physical effects of irradiation therapy are presented. The diagnosis, surgical 
and radiological treatment of neoplasms of the head and neck, oral cavity, skin, 
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Fourth Year. Ten senior students of the University section are assigned to the 
Oncology clinic. Five students are assigned to the Tuesday morning clinic, and 
the alternate group to the Friday morning clinic. The diagnosis and treatment, 
both surgical and radiological are discussed in the presence of a staff member of 
the departments of Pathology, Radiology, and Surgery. 

An outpatient Gynecological Clinic is held bi-weekly which affords an opportu- 
nity for instruction of small groups of students, which are assigned in rotation, in 
the various phases of malignancy of the generative organs. Weekly ward rounds 
and operative clinics are held for seniors. 

Onocology Gynecology Total 

Third year 5 hours 6 hours 1 1 hours 

Fourth year 12 hours 16 hours 28 hours 

Total 17 hours 22 hours 39 hours 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 

F. Edwen Knowles, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman of the Department 

Joseph I. Kemler Associate in Ophthalmology 

A. Kremen Associate in Ophthalmology 

Paul N. Friedman Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Ruby A. Smith Instructor in Ophthalmology 

D. J. McHenry Instructor in Ophthalmology 

J. E. Brumback Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Ophthalmology 

John C. Ozazewski Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Third Year. Second semester. Dr. Friedman reviews the anatomy and physi- 
ology of the eye and discusses the methods used in making the various exami- 
nations. Errors of refraction and their effect upon the general system are explained. 
Weekly section work, demonstrating the use of the ophthalmoscope, with the aid 
of kodachrome transparencies of the fundus oculi is carried on during the entire 
session at the Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital by Dr. Kremen. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given in diseases of the eye, 
twice weekly, for one year. Dr. Knowles. 

The course consists of instruction in the clinic to small groups of students four 
days a week for four weeks. During this period, the student examines patients, 
diagnoses and treats various ocular diseases, under the supervision of Drs. Knowles, 
Smith, Brumback, Friedman and Ozazewski. Twice weekly lectures and lantern 
slide demonstration are given upon diseases of the eye, with particular reference 
to their diagnosis, management and relation to general medicine. Special lec- 
tures are given the entire class on vascular changes in the eye, refraction, cata- 
ract and neuro-ophthalmology. Certain operations are demonstrated by motion 
pictures. 

Weekly ward classes are held at the University and Mercy Hospitals during 
which the eye grounds in the various medical and surgical conditions are demon- 
strated. Drs. Knowles, Kemler, Kremen, Friedman, Smith. Brumback, Jeppi, 
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Third year 20 hours 

Fourth year 41 hours 

Total 61 hours 

ORTHOPAEDICS [a division of surgery] 

Allen Fiske Voshell Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Harhy L. Rogers Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Moses Gellman Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Milton J. Wilder Assistant Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

I. H. Maseritz Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Jason H. Gaskel Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Isaac Gutman Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

James P. Miller Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Everett D. Jones Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Robert C. Abrams Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Didactic instruction is given in the second, third and fourth years. Clinical, 
bedside and outpatient instruction is given at the University, Mercy Hospitals 
and their Outpatient Departments, Kernan Hospital for Crippled Children, and 
Baltimore City Hospitals. Brief discussions and demonstrations of physical and 
occupational therapy are included in the course. 

Second year 19 hours 

Third year 36 hours 

Fourth year 90 hours 

Total 145 hours 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

Edward A. Looper Professor of Otolaryngology and Head of the Department 

Waitman F. Zinn Professor of Otolaryngology 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Professor of Otolaryngology 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

Fayne a. Kayser Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

W. Raymond McKenzie Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Theodore A. Schwartz Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Robert Z. Berry Associate in Otolaryngology 

Arthur Ward Associate in Otolaryngology 

John H. Hirschfeld Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Benjamin H. Isaacs Associate in Otolaryngology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate in Otolaryngology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Otolaryngology 

John M. Rehberger Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Harry P. Porter Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Thomas D. Michael Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Third Year. Instruction to the whole class is given in the common diseases of 
the nose and throat, attention being especially directed to infections of the accessory 
sinuses, the importance of focal infections in the etiology of general diseases and 



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modern methods of diagnosis. Lectures illustrated by lantern slides are given 
one hour weekly for eight weeks by Dr. Looper. 

Fourth Year. Dispensary instruction is given for three hours daily, to small 
sections at the University and the Mercy Hospitals. The student is afforded an 
opportunity to study, diagnose and treat patients under supervision. Ward classes 
and clinical demonstrations are given m periods of one and one-half hours weekly 
throughout the session in the University and Mercy Hospitals. 

The Looper Clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, recently established 
in the University Hospital, affords unusual opportunities for students to study 
diseases of the lar>'nx, bronchi and esophagus. The clinic is open to students 
daily from 2 to 4 P.M. under direction of Dr. Looper, and associates. 

The Mercy Hospital cHnic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy is under the 
direction of Dr. Zinn. In these two clinics the etiology, symptomatology, diag- 
nosis and treatment of foreign bodies in the air and food passages, as well as 
bronchoscopy, are taught to students as an aid in the diagnosis and treatment of 
diseases of the lungs. 

Third year 9 hours 

Fourth year 53 hours 

Total 62 hours 

OTOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

Thomas R. O'Rouek Professor of Otolaryngology 

The course in otology is planned to give a practical knowledge of the anatomy 
and physiology of the ear, and its proximity and relationship to the brain and other 
vital structures. The inflammatory diseases, their etiology, diagnosis, treatment 
and complications are particularly stressed, with emphasis upon their relationship 
to the diseases of children, head-surgery and neurology 

Third Year. The whole class is given instruction by means of talks, anatomical 
specimens and lantern slides. Dr. O'Rourk and associates. 

Fourth Year. Small sections of the class receive instruction and make personal 
examinations of patients under the direction of an instructor. The student is 
urged to make a routine examination of the ear in his ward work in general medi- 
cine and surgery. Dr. O'Rourk and associates. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 40 hours 

Total 52 hours 

PATHOLOGY 

Hugh R. Spencer Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department 

Robert B. Wright Associate Professor of Pathology 

C. Gardner Warner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Walter C. Merkel Associate Professor of Pathology 

Dexter L. Reimann Associate Professor of Pathology 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Albert E. Goldstein Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Milton S. Sacks Associate in Pathology 



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Benedict Skitarelic Associate in Pathology 

Charles P. Barnett Associate in Patliology 

Conrad B. Acton Instructor in Pathology 

Howard B. Mays Instructor in Pathology 

Eph3iaim T, Lisansky Instructor in Pathology 

W^iLUAM B. VandeGreft Instructor in Pathology 

William J. Bryson Instructor in Pathology 

Karl F. Mech Instructor in Pathology 

Seymour W. Rubin Instructor in Pathology 

Theodore Kardash Instructor in Pathology 

Louis C. Gareis Instructor in Pathology 

Roy B. Turner Instructor in Pathology 

Edward L. J. Kreig Instructor in Pathology 

James H. Ramsey Instructor in Pathology 

James R. Karns Instructor in Pathology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Instructor in Pathology 

Harry Cohen Assistant in Pathology 

Gerardo B. Polanco National Cancer Institute Trainee 

Courses of instruction in pathology are given during the second and third years. 
The courses are based on the previous study of normal structure and function and 
aim to outline the history of disease. The relationship between clinical symptoms 
and anatomical lesions is constantly stressed. 

General Pathology. Second Semester, Second Year. This course includes 
the study of disturbances of the body fluids; disturbances of structure, nutrition 
and metabolism of cells; disturbances of fat, carbohydrate and protein metab- 
olism; disturbances of pigment metabolism; inflammation and tumors. 

Laboratory instruction is based on the study of prepared slides (loan collection) 
and corresponding gross material. 

Applied Pathology, Including Gross Morbid Anatomy ant) Morbid 
Physiology. Third Year. The laboratory instruction in this course is carried 
out in smaU teaching museums where prepared specimens and material from au- 
topsies with clinical histories and sections are available for study. For this work 
the class is divided into small groups. Clinical correlation is stressed. 

Autopsies. Third Year. Students in small groups attend autopsies at the 
morgues of the University Hospital and the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Clinical-Pathological Conference. {Fourth Year.) These exercises are 
held in collaboration with the various clinical departments. Selected cases are 
discussed and autopsy findings are presented. 

Second year 184 hours 

Third year 160 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 374 hours 

PEDIATRICS 

J. Edmund Bradley Professor of Pediatrics and Head of the Department 

C. LoRiNG JosLiN Professor of Pediatrics 

A. H. Finkelstein Associate Professor of Pediatrics 



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Frederick B. Smith Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

Gordon E. Gibbs Associate Professor Clinical Pediatric Research 

Albert Jaffe Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Samuel S. Glick Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Jerome Fineman Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Gibson J. Wells Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

William M. Seabold Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Annie M. Bestebreurtje Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Clewell Howell Associate in Pediatrics 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer Associate in Pediatrics 

Sidney Scherlis Associate in Pediatrics 

Melchijaii Spragins Associate in Pediatrics 

Arnold F. Lavenstein Instructor in Pediatrics 

Mary L. Hayleck Instructor in Pediatrics 

Israel P. Meranski Instructor in Pediatrics 

Thomas A. Christensen Instructor in Pediatrics 

Joseph M. Cordi Instructor in Pediatrics 

Leonard Scherlis Instructor in Pediatrics 

Lester H. Caplan Instructor in Pediatrics 

Ruth Baldwin Instructor in Pediatrics 

Edward G. Field Instructor in Pediatrics 

Melvin M. Borden Instructor in Pediatrics 

Howard Goodman Instructor in Pediatrics 

William Earl Weeks Assistant in Pediatrics 

J. Carlton Wich Assistant in Pediatrics 

O. Walter Spurrier Assistant in Pediatrics 

A. Maynard Bacon, Jr.' Assistant in Pediatrics 

Garrett E. Deane, Assistant in Pediatrics 

Frederick J. Heldrich, Jr Assistant in Pediatrics 

Martin K. Gorten Assistant in Pediatrics 

Arnold Tramer Assistant in Pediatrics 

Kenneth F. Clute P.H.S. and M & R Fund Research Associate in Pediatrics 

Anne M. Laster Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Pediatrics 

Albert L. Trucker Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Pediatrics 

Third Year. The course is presented as follows: 

Lectures on infant feeding and the fundamentals of diseases of infants and 
children. (15 hours.) 

Lectures on contagious diseases in conjunction with the Department of 
Hygiene and Preventive Medicine. (14 hours.) 

A special course in physical diagnosis is given at City Hospitals. (20 hours.) 

Clinical conferences demonstrating diseases of the new-born. (6 hours.) 

Fourth Year. A clinic in the amphitheatre is given at which time patients are 
shown demonstrating the features of the diseases discussed. (30 hours.) 

Conferences and demonstrations are given in problems of diagnosis, care, treat- 
ment and clinical pathology of diseases of infants and children. (30 hours.) 

Students are assigned subjects on which to prepare theses. 

Clinical clerkships are assigned on the pediatric wards, where experience is 
gained in taking histories, making physical examinations, doing routine laboratory 



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work, and following up patients' progress. This is under the supervision of the 
visiting staff. (140 hours.) 

Instruction is given in the pediatric clinic of the out-patient department of 
the University Hospital. This consists of U hours daily for five weeks — 30 
minutes each day is devoted to a clinical demonstration of some interesting case 
by a member of the staff; one hour daily to taking histories and making physical 
examinations under the supervision of an instructor. (45 hours.) 

Total hours: 300. 

PHARMACOLOGY 

John C. Krantz, Jr Professor of Pharmacology and Head of the Department 

C. Jelleff Carr Professor of Pharmacology 

Raymond M. Burgison Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Ruth Musser Instructor in Pharmacology 

Joseph G. Bird Assistant in Pharmacology 

Amedeo S. Marrazzi. Lecturer in Pharmacology 

William G. Harne Demonstrator in Pharmacology 

Frederick K. Bell Fellow in Pharmacology 

Mary S. Fassel Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

John B. Harmon Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Go Lu Fellow in Pharmacology 

Leonard S. Brahen Fellow in Pharmacology 

Johnson S. L. Ling Eli Lilly Fellow in Pharmacology 

Mary Frances B yrd Fellow in Pharmacology 

This course is designed to include those phases of pharmacology necessary for 
an intelligent use of drugs in the treatment of disease. The didactic instruction 
includes materia raedica, pharmacy, prescription-writing, toxicology, posology, 
pharmacodynamics, and experimental therapeutics. The laboratory exercises 
parallel the course of lectures. 

In addition, optional conference periods and lectures are available for students 
desiring further instruction or advice. 

Total hours: 216. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS [a dwision or medicineI 

T. Conrad Wolff 

Associate Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Division of Physical Diagnosis 

Robert A. Reiter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Legum Associate in Medicine 

Edmund G. Beacham Associate in Medicine 

Daniel Wilfson Associate in Medicine 

Leon Ashman Associate in Medicine 

John B. DeHoff Associate in Medicine 

William G. Helfrich Instructor in Medicine 

Leon A. Kochman Instructor in Medicine 

Stuart D. Sunday Instructor in Medicine 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Instructor in Medicine 



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Stephen J. Van Lill, III Instructor in Medicine 

Bernard Burgin Instructor in Medicine 

Franklin Leslie Instructor in Medicine 

Lauriston Keown Instructor in Medicine 

Carl F. Myers Assistant in Medicine 

Joseph C. Matchar Assistant in Medicine 

The course in physical diagnosis starts with the first semester of the Sophomore 
year and ends with the termination of the second semester of the Junior year. 

First Semester — Second Year — Lecture, one hour weekly covering the technique 
of history writing and the mechanics of the physical signs elicited in the normal 
person through inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. 

Second Semester — Second Year — Lecture, one hour weekly, covering the tech- 
nique of history writing in cases involving disease, and the mechanics of patho- 
logical physical signs on inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. 

In the third and fourth quarters small tutorial groups are formed, each under 
the direction of an instructor. Experience in physical examination of normal indi- 
viduals is given in the third quarter for one afternoon weekly. In the fourth 
quarter the students become acquainted with abnormal signs through examination 
of hospital patients. 

Third Year — a. The class is divided into four sections. Each section receives 
bedside instruction in physical diagnosis for seven weeks (2 hrs. daily). For this 
purpose small groups under an instructor are formed. The instruction is carried 
on in the Baltimore City Hospitals but in addition advantage is occasionally taken 
of the clinical opportunities in other institutions. 

b. Lecture course (1 hr. weekly for 15 weeks) covering the mechanisms of ab- 
normal signs. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

William R. Amberson Professor of Physiology and Head of the Department 

Dietrich C. Smith Professor of Physiology 

Frederick P. Ferguson Associate Professor of Physiology 

John I. White Assistant Professor of Physiology 

J. Henry Wills Lecturer in Physiology 

Samuel L. Fox Instructor in Physiology 

Sylvla Himmelfarb Instructor in Physiology 

Jeanne Ann Barry Junior Instructor in Physiology 

Alfred Joseph Pratt John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Physiology 

Carolyn F. Hendrickson Research Assistant in Physiology 

The course in physiology is given in two parts: 

First Year. Second Semester. Neuro-muscular physiology is presented in 
two lectures a week, without laboratory work. 

Second Year. First Semester. The remamder of the subject is presented in 
four lectures, one conference, and two laboratory periods a week. 

The fundamental concepts of physiology are presented with special reference 
to mammalian problems. 

Total hours: 224. 



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Gradtiate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

PLASTIC SURGERY [a divisiOxV of surgery] 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Clarence P. Scarborough Instructor in Plastic Surgery 

John J. Angelo Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

This course is designed to acquaint students with the problem.s of reconstruc- 
tive and plastic surgery. A subdivision in the dispensary has been established 
and beds for patients will be available for instruction in this course at the Univer- 
sity and Baltimore City Hospitals and Kernan's Hospital for Crippled Children. 

Third Year. Five lectures are given to the whole class. Dispensary instruction 
is provided on Mondays and Fridays. 

Fourth Year. Ward rounds and operative demonstrations are held at the 
hospitals. 

PROCTOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

Monte Edwards Professor of Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Donald B. Hebb Instructor in Proctology 

William T. Supik Instructor in Proctology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Instructor in Proctology 

John D. Rosen Instructor in Proctology 

Third Year. Seven lectures are given to the whole class. The course is for 
instruction in the diseases of the colon, sigmoid flexure, rectum and anus, and 
covers the essential features of the anatomy and physiology of the large intestine 
as well as the various diseases to which it is subject. Dr. Ivlonte Edwards. 

Fourth Year. Ward and dispensary instruction is given in the University and 
Mercy Hospitals, where different phases of the various diseases are taught by 
direct observation and examination. The use of the proctoscope and sigmoido- 
scope in the examination of the rectum and sigmoid is made familiar to each stu- 
dent. Mercy Hospital — Drs. Supik and Brager. University Hospital — Drs. 
Monte Edwards, Adams, Cunningham and Rosen. 

Third year 7 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 23 hours 

PSYCHIATRY 

Jacob E. Finesinger Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Department 

John R. REm Visiting Professor of Psychiatry 

H. Whitman Newell Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry M. Murdock Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Philip S. Wagner Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Hans W. Loewald Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Willlam W. Elgin Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 



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J. G. N. Gushing Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Kathryn L. Schultz Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Robert G. Grenell Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Research 

Is-VDORE TuERK Associatc in Psychiatry 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate in Psychiatry 

Kathryn Dice Associate in CUnical Psychology 

Elizabeth LaForge Associate in Psychiatric Social Work 

A. Russell Anderson Instructor in Psychiatry 

Klaus W. Berblinger Instructor in Psychiatry 

Enoch Callaway, Jr Instructor in Psychiatry 

William N. Fitzpatrick Instructor in Psychiatry 

Marion W. Mathews Instructor in Psychiatry 

Francis J. McLaughlin Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Novey Instructor in Psychiatry 

Virginia Suttenpield Instructor in Psychiatry 

Fern E. MaCx\llister Assistant in Psychiatry 

Marjoree R. Fleitzer i\ssistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

Hermione Hunt Hawkins Assistant in Clinical Psychology 

Vesta May Stevens Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

Marcella Weisman Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

John W. Powell Army Chemical Center and 

Bressler Reserve Fund Research Associate in Psychiatry 

Nancy V. Reid Bressler Reserve Fund Research Associate in Psychiatry 

Betty Jane Fax Research Associate in Psychiatry 

MoRiTZ MiCHAELis Research Associate in Psychiatry 

Ruth Page Edwards Fellow in Psychiatry 

Marvin Jaffe Fellow in Psychiatry 

Arthur H, Schmale, Jr National Institute of Mental Health Fellow in Psychiatry 

Jeannette F. Rayner Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Edwin L. Poole Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Floris de Balbian Verster Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Elizabeth A. Adams Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

First Year. Fourteen two-hour periods during the second semester are devoted 
to a consideration of human relations as applied to the practice of medicine. The 
topics dealt with include personality development, reactions to stress, and situ- 
ational and social factors in disease. The emphasis is upon observing, under- 
standing and evaluating the personal and social factors in the disease process, in 
treatment and prevention. Consideration is given to problems of values and 
scientific methodology as they apply to the work of the physician. Patients with 
common medical and surgical complaints are interviewed to illustrate methods of 
interviewing and developing a useful therapeutic relationship. The course is 
conducted by means of group discussion, supplemented by reading. 

Second Year. Fourteen two-hour periods are spent in the first semester in dis- 
cussions and lectures. The emphasis is on methods of examining patients, and 
methods of developing and utilizing the doctor-patient relationship. The dis- 
cussions center about psychopathology, as it operates in disease and in the treat- 
ment process. An attempt is made to relate emotional disturbances to what is 
known in neurophysiology, endocrinology, psychology and sociology. Patients 



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are interviewed and examined to illustrate the general principles and the specific 
procedures used in the examination of patients. The group discussions are supple- 
mented by suggested reading. 

Third Year. Sixteen lecture hours are devoted to further considerations of 
special psychopathology and the principles of psychotherapy. Specialized forms 
of treatment are reviewed, but the main emphasis is toward familiarizing the 
student with forms of therapy feasible in routine medical practice. During 36 
clinic hours the student will be supervised in history-taking, mental status and 
psychometric examination, and follow-up studies of patients. 

Fourth Year. A clinical clerkship is offered in the wards of the University 
Hospital for one month. Patients are assigned for treatment under supervision. 
Emphasis is placed on diagnosis, methods of interviewing, methods of developing 
and managing a therapeutic doctor-patient relationship, and carrying out psycho- 
therap3^ This is supplemented by seminar meetings for discussion of child psy- 
chiatry, psychotherapy, clinical psychology and social service. Topics are assigned 
from the current literature for group discussion. Four afternoons are spent in 
the wards of the Spring Grove State Mental Hospital in examining patients with 
emphasis in the diagnosis, treatment and management of the psychoses. Eight 
clinics are held for the entire fourth-year class. 

ROENTGENOLOGY 

Walter L. Kilby Professor of Roentgenology, and Head of the Department 

Charles N. Davidson Associate Professor of Roentgenology 

John DeCarlo, Jr Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Donald J. Barnett Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Edward R. Dana Associate in Roentgenology 

John M. Dennis Associate in Radiology 

John T. Brackin Instructor in Roentgenology 

Herbert B. Copeland Instructor in Roentgenology 

Robert W. Swain Consultant in Radiologic Physics, Cancer Teaching Program 

During the academic year, small groups of tne third and fourth year clas«;es are 
given weekly instruction in the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the Roentgen 
rays. An effort is made to familiarize the student with the indications for and the 
limitations of the Roentgen ray examinations. The history, physics and practical 
therapeutic application of Roentgen rayj? are given stressing the use of radiation 
as a weapon now available in a variety of disorders of the human body ranging from 
simple inflammations to malignant neoplastic conditions. Conferences are held 
with the various departments during the school year which are also open to mem- 
bers of the fourth year class. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 24 hours 

Total 32 hours 

SPEECH TRAINING CLINTC [a dwision of surgery] 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Ray Ehrensberger Professor of Speech 

Merle Ansberry Associate Professor of Speech 



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This department has been installed in conjunction with the Department of 
Speech of the University at College Park to evaluate the speech difficulties in 
children with congenital defects. Admission to the Clinic is by appointment only. 
The Clinic operates all day Thursdays. 

SURGERY 

Charles Reid Edwards Professor of Surgery, and Acting Head of the Department 

Walter D. Wise Professor of Surgery 

Elliott H. Hutchins Professor of Surgery 

D. J. Pessagno Professor of Clinical Surgery 

F. L. Jennings Professor of Clinical Surgery 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Harry C. Hull Professor of Clinical Surgery 

James W. Nelson Professor of Clinical Surgery 

R. RmGEWAY Trimble Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Charles A. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thomas R. Chambers Associate Professor of Surgery 

R. W. LocHER Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Edward S. Johnson Associate Professor of Surgery 

Cyrus F. Horine Associate Professor of Surgery 

Charles W. Maxson Associate Professor of Surgery 

C. W. Peake Associate Professor of Surgery 

William F. Reinhoff, Jr Associate Professor of Surgery 

W. Wallace Walker Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy 

H. F. BoNGARDT Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. 0. RiDGELY Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Arthur G. SI^VINSKI Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Raymond F, Helfrich Associate in Surgery 

William B. Settle Associate in Surgery 

George Govatos Associate in Surgery 

Joseph V. Jerardi Associate in Surgery 

Herbert E. REiFscHNEroER Associate in Surgery 

Harold H. Burns Associate in Surgery 

William L. Garlick Associate in Surgery 

Harry C. Bowie Associate in Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr Associate in Surgery 

Joseph M. Miller Lecturer in Surgery 

J. Duer Moores Instructor in Surgery 

Calvin Hyman Instructor in Surgery 

Clyde F. Earns Instructor in Surgery 

Daniel R. Robinson Instructor in Surgery 

George H. Brouillet Instructor in Surgery 

John F. Schaefer Instructor in Surgery 

Robert F. Healy Instructor in Surgery 

Robert C. Sheppard Instructor in Surgery 

Samuel E. Proctor Instructor in Surgery 



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F. Ford Loker Instructor in Surgery 

E. Roderick Shipley Instructor in Surgery 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr Instructor in Surgery 

Louis E. Goodman Instructor in Surgery 

Harold L. Zupnik Instructor in Surgery 

Michael L. DeVincentes Instructor in Surgery 

R. Adam Cowley 

Assistant in Thoracic Surgery; Assistant Director Experimental Surgery 

William R. Geraghty Assistant in Surgery 

Howard B. McElwain Assistant in Surgery 

A. V. BucHNESS Assistant in Surgery 

T. J. ToTJHEY Assistant in Surgery 

Samuel H. Culver Assistant in Surgery 

L. T. Chance Assistant in Surgery 

W. Allen Deckert Assistant in Surgery 

William C. Dunnigan Assistant in Surgery 

Raymond M. Cunningham Assistant in Surgery 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Surgery 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Assistant in Surgery 

James N. Cianos Assistant in Surgery 

Richard M. Garrett Assistant in Surgery 

William D. Lynn Assistant in Surgery 

David R. Will Assistant in Surgery 

Harold P, Beehl Assistant in Surgery 

Kirk Moore Assistant in Surgery 

Instruction is given by means of lectures, laboratory work, recitations, dis- 
pensary work, bedside instruction, ward classes, and clinics. The work begins 
in the second year and continues throughout the third and fourth years. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, operative surgery labora- 
tory, the dispensaries, wards, laboratories and operating rooms of the University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and in the wards and operating rooms of the Baltimore City 
Hospitals. 

SECOND YEAR 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Second semester. The course is 
designed to bridge the gap between anatomy in the abstract and clinical anatomy 
applied to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory. Students are required to 
dissect and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Under- 
lying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, 
Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reifschneider, Pierpont and Garrett. 

Total hours: 96. 

Principles of Surgery. Second semester. The course includes discussions 
of irritants, infection, repair of tissue, healing of tissue, relationship of bacteriology 
to surgery, modem chemotherapy in surgical diseases, ulcers, wounds, thrombo- 
phlebitis, phlebothrombosis, peripheral vascular diseases, thermal burns, injuries 
due to cold, surgical shock, diseases of the lymphatics, gangrene of the skin and 



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extremities, aneurysms, hemorrhage, varicose veins, embolism, sinuses and fistulae, 
tetanus, anthrax and actinomycosis. 

Lectures, two hours a week for one semester, are given to the whole class. Drs. 
Adams and Sheppard. 

THIRD YEAR 

General and Regional Surgery. Lectures, recitations and clinics are 
given on the principles of surgery and general surgery including fractures and 
dislocations. Three hours a week to the whole class. Dr. Hull. 

The class is divided into groups. Instruction in history-taking and surgical 
pathology is given under the supervision of the chief of the pathology de- 
partment of the Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction is also given in surgical 
diagnosis and in general surgery at the bedside and in the classroom at B.C.H. by 
Drs. Bowie, Koontz, Brantigan and Adams. Two hours per week are given 
in orthopaedic surgery by Dr. Voshell, chief of the orthopaedic service of this 
institution. 

Operative Surgery. Lectures and operative demonstrations are given under 
the supervision of Dr. Yeager assisted by Dr. Govatos. The class is divided into 
sections and each section is given practical and individual work under the super- 
vision of instructors. 

Surgical Out-patient Department. Under supervision, the student takes 
the history, makes the physical examination, attempts the diagnosis and, as far 
as possible, carries out the treatment of ambulatory surgical patients in the 
University and Mercy Hospitals. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Raymond F. Helfrich 
assisted by the out-patient staff. University Hospital — Drs. Settle and Sheppard 
assisted by the out-patient staff. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinics. Surgical pathological Conference. A weekly conference is conducted 
at the University Hospital for the entire class. Daily w^ard classes at University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and half day ward work under the supervision of Dr. E. R. 
Shipley at University and Dr. F. Ford Loker, Mercy Hospital. 

Surgery of the Chest: — Mercy Hospital. Operations and conferences. 14 
hours. Drs. Rienhoff and Garlick. 

Traumatic Surgery. This course deals with operative and post-operative 
treatment of accident cases and with instructions as to the relationship betv/een the 
state, the employee, the employer, and the physician's duty to each. One hour 
a week to sections of the class throughout the year. Dr. C. A. Reifschneider. 

Clinical Clerkship. This work includes the personal study of assigned 
hospital patients under supervision of the staffs of the University and Mercy 
Hospitals, and embraces history-taking, and physical examination of patients, 
laboratory examinations, attendance at operations and observation of post- 
operative treatment. 

Ward Classes. Ward-class instruction in small groups will consist of ward 
rounds, surgical diagnosis, treatment and the after-care of operative cases. Mercy 
Hospital— Drs. Wise, Hutchins, Pessagno, Nelson, Trimble, Brager, Jerardi, Gar- 



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lick and Loker. University Hospital — Drs. C. Reid Edwards, Yeager, Hull and 
C. A. Reifschneider. 

THORACIC SURGERY [a division of surgery] 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Thoracic Surgery 

William L. Garlick Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery 

R. Adams Cowley Assistant in Thoracic Surgery 

Donald B. Hebb Assistant in Thoracic Surgery 

Frank Faraino Resident in Thoracic Surgery 

Calvin Y. Hadidian Hitchcock Fellow in Thoracic Surgery 

Men having completed three years of American Board of Surgery training are 
eligible for appointment. The first year is spent in thoracic research surgery. The 
second year is in clinical thoracic surgery at Baltimore City, Mercy and Univer- 
sity Hospitals. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE [a division of medtcineI 

Certain phases of tropical medicine are considered in the course on clinical 
pathology. In addition, a course of lectures and demonstrations is given to the 
entire fourth year class. 

TUBERCULOSIS [a division of medicine] 

During the third year in connection with the instruction in physical diagnosis 
a practical course is given at the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital. Stress is laid 
upon the recognition of the physical signs of the disease, as well as upon its sympto- 
matology and gross pathology. 

UROLOGY [a di\'ision of surgery] 

\V. Houston Toulson Professor of Urology 

Kenneth D. Legge Professor of Clinical Urology 

Howard B. Mays Assistant Professor of Urology 

Francis \V. Gillis Assistant Professor of Urology 

John F. Hogan t . . . . Assistant Professor of Urology 

Austin H Wood Associate in Urology 

Lyle J. Millan Associate in Urology 

L. K. Fargo Associate in Urology 

Hugh J. Jewett Associate in Urology 

John S. Haines Associate in Urology 

Martin A. Robbins Associate in LTrology 

John D. Young, Jr Associate in Urology 

Third Year. This course is given for seven hours to the whole class. It con- 
sists of lectures and demonstrations, including the use of lantern slides and motion 
pictures. Dr. Toulson. 

Fourth Year. The course includes explanations and demonstrations of urethros- 
copy, cystoscopy, ureteral catheterization, renal function tests, urography, urine 
cultures and the various laboratory procedures. The teaching consists of clinics 
and ward rounds to small groups, and attendance by members of the senior class 
upon the out-patients in the dispensary. The student is placed on his own re- 



96 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

sponsibility in arriving at a diagnosis. These dispensary classes are conducted 
at both the Mercy and University Hospitals where practically every variety of uro- 
genital disease is seen and used for teaching purposes. 

Third year 6 hours 

Fourth year 39 hours 

Total 45 hours 



MEDICAL LIBRARY 

Howard Rovelstad, A.B., M.A., B.S.L.S Director of Libraries and Professor 

of Library Science 



Ida Marian Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S Librarian and Associate Professor of 

Library Science 

Hilda E. Moore, A.B., A.B.L.S Associate Librarian 

Florence R. Klrk Assistant Librarian 

Marie Harvix, B.A., B.S.L.S Cataloguer 

Fritzl J. Farley Library Assistant 

Lorraine Batyi Assistant to Cataloguer 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 97 

POSTGRADUATE COURSES 

Committee on Postgraduate Studies 

HowAiiD M. Bubeet, Chairman and Director 

Dietrich C. Smith, Assistant Director and 1st Vice-chairman Frank H. J. Figge 

L. A. M. Krause, 2nd Vice-chairman William K. Diehl 

Milton S. Sacks, Secretary Wetherbee Fort 

J. Edmund Bradley John C. Krantz, Jr. 

Otto C. Brantigan J. Morris Reese 

George H. Buck Allen F. Voshell 

John A. Wagner 

Elizabeth Carroll, Executive Secretary 

The Dean— £a: Officio 

Calendar: Postgraduate courses are offered from September 18 to June 6th. 

During the past year the Post Graduate Committee gave a day-long seminar 
and luncheon at the University Hospital for the Maryland Academy of General 
Practice. Fifty-one physicians attended. 

A weekly television program has been inaugurated. The content is planned to 
interest and instruct the general public. 

Extramural courses for County Medical Societies will be resumed in the fall. 
Interested Societies are requested to make their inquiries early. 

A joint program designed to assist the Provident Hospital in the training of its 
house staffs is being considered by the Johns Hopkins University and the Uni- 
versity of Maryland Schools of Medicine. 

The following intramural postgraduate courses have been continued. 

General Anatomy: The course is designed to prepare candidates for the ex- 
amination of the American Board of General Surgery and Surgical Specialties. 
There is no strict rule governing either the content or duration of the course. 
Students may dissect a complete cadaver or any particular region in which they 
may be interested. Tuition arranged according to course content and duration. 

Anatomy of Head and Neck as applied to the eye, ear, nose and throat. 
Duration 150 hours, beginning on October 1 and ending approximately February 
28, comprising two periods of 4 hours per week. Tuition $75.00. Details as 
to the time of the individual periods will be arranged with candidates who wish to 
take the course. 

Surgical Anatomy: The course is designed to prepare candidates for the ex- 
amination in Anatomy of the American Board of Surgery. This is a ninety-hour 
course (3 hours a day, 2 days a week) given in conjunction with the regular sopho- 
more medical course in surgical anatomy. Tuition $150.00. 

Pathology: This course is designed to prepare candidates for certification in 
surgery, surgical specialties and internal medicine. Individuals will receive train- 
ing in autopsy and surgical pathology. Minimum duration is full time, six months. 
Tuition $150.00. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Neuro- pathology: This course is designed to aid in meeting the requirements of 
the specialty boards in neurological sciences and covers basic studies in diseases 
of the central nervous system. Duration is six months, full time. Tuition 
$200.00 plus $10.00 laboratory fee. 

Gynecology and Obstetrics: This is a review for general practitioners. 
Students attend lectures, ward rounds and clinics, and observe operations and 
deliveries. Full time for twelve weeks. Tuition $150.00. 

Gynecology, Oncology and Female Urology: This is a review designed 
primarily for the general practitioner. Students attend lectures, ward rounds 
and clinics and observe operations. Full time for ten weeks. Tuition $125.00. 

Basic Sciences as They Apply to the Practice of Medicine. This course 
is designed to familiarize students with the advances in basic sciences during recent 
years. The course consists of 32 periods of 2 hours each, once a week between 
October and June. Tuition $50.00. 

Full descriptions of these courses are available. Inquiries should be addressed 
to the Post Graduate Committee, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 
Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

LECTURERS IN POSTGRADUATE MEDICINE 



Thurston R. Adams 
Marie A. Andersch 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Robert E. Bauer 
Joseph G. Bird 
Harry C. Bowie 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Otto C. Brantigan 
George H. Brouillet 
Howard M. Bubert 
T. Nelson Carey 

C. Jelleff Carr 
Robert Chenowith 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Edward F. Cotter 
Richard J. Cross, Jr. 
Francis G. Dickey 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 

D. McClelland Dixon 
Louis H. Douglass 

J. Sheldon Eastland 
Charles Reid Edwards 
Monte Edwards 
William L. Fearing 
Frederick P. Ferguson 
Frank H. J. Figge 
Jacob E. Finesinger 
A. H. Finkelstein 
Russel S. Fisher 



Richard M. Garrett 
Albert E. Goldstein 
Lewis P. Gundry 
Frank W. Hachtel 
Jerome Hartz 
Charles W. Hawkins 
Nathan B. Herman 
Harry C. Hull 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
D. Frank Kaltreider 
Theodore Kardash 
F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
Vernon E. Krahl 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
L. A. M. Krause 
Arnold F. Lavenstein 
C. Edward Leach 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
William S. Love, Jr. 
Wm. V. Lovitt, Jr. 
Fred R. McCrumb 
Hugh B. McNally 
Howard B. Mays 
Samuel Morrison 
H. Whitman Newell 
Frank J. Otenasek 
Robert T. Parker 
Ross Z. Pierpont 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
J. Morris Reese 



Herbert E. Reifschneider 
Dexter L. Reimann 
Henry L. Rigdon 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr 
Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 
Raymond C. V. Robinson 
Milton S. Sacks 
John E. Savage 
Sidney Scherlis 
Emil G. Schmidt 
William B. Settle 
Dietrich C. Smith 
George W. Smith 
Nathan Snyder 
Hugh R. Spencer 
Melchijah Spragins 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
Harry A. Teitelbaum 
W. Houston Toulson 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Allen Fiske Voshell 
John A. W'agner 
Wallace Walker 
Milton J. Wilder 
Walter D. Wise 
Henry L. Wollenweber 
Theodore E. Woodward 
Robert B. Wright 
George H. Yeager 



FIRST YEAR SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO JANUARY 24, 1953 



Hours 


Monday | Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday Fridav 


Saturday 






Orientation 










9:00 10:00 










1st 3 Lectures 






Q.OO 

to 
12.00 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

Lecture and Lab. 

2nd Floor Bressler 


A.B. 

Anatomy 

10:00-12:00 

1st 3 Sessions 

After Oct. 8 

Anatomy 

9:00-12:00 

1st Floor Br Lab 


•Histolcfty and 

Embryology 

Lecture and Lab. 

2n'i Fluot Bressler 


Grow Anatomy 
A.E. 


12. C<) 
to 

I.OO 


Lunch 




1.00 




Gross Anatomy 




to 


Lectured. B 


. 1:00 to 2:00 Daily. Laboratory 




5.00 


Bress 


ler 1, 2:00 to 5:00 Daily 





• Course ends December 20, 1952. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 28 TO JUNE 7, 1952 

















Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 




Laboratory 


Laboratory 


Laboracory 


Laboratory 






9. 00 














to 
12 00 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 








Sect. A 


Sect. B 


Sect. A 


Sect. B 








Psychiatry 


Psychiatry 


Psychiatry 


Psychiatry 








Sect. B 


Sect. A 


Sect. B 


Sect. A 








A.H. 


A.H. 


A.H. 


A.H. 
Lunch 






12.00 
to 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


1.00 














1.00 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


to 
2.00 


Adm. I 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 


AJm. 1 




2.00 

to 

3.00 


A^ht"" 


Neuro- 
Anatomy 
Lecture 

and 


Biol. Chem. 
Conference 

Adm. 1 


N euro- 
Anatomy 
Lecture 

and 


Biol. Chem. 

Conference 

Adm. 1 






K 






^\ 


\ Neuro- 
physiology 
4-5 


Laboratory 
Bresiler 


Biostatistics 
3-4 


Laboratory 
Bressler 


Neuro- 
physiology 
Bressler 2 

(3-4) 




\ 


^Bressler 2 


2nd Floor 


Adm. 1 


2nd Fluor 







Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First Floor, Administration Building, 520 W. Lombard Street. 
A. H. — Anatomical Hall — Upper Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, 522 W. Lombard Street. 
Biological Chemistry Laboratory — Third Floor, 31 South Greene Street. 
Bressler Research Laboratory— 29 S. Greene Street. 

Gross Anatomy — First Floor. 

Histology and Embryology— Second Floor. 

Neuro-anatomy— Second Floor . 

Mid-Year Examiruiiions— January 19-24, 1953 



SECOND YEAR SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO JANUARY 24, 1953 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 
9.30 


Physiology 
Bressier 2 


Physiology 
Bressier 2 


Medicine 
Bressier 2 


Physiology 
Bressier 2 


Physiology 
Bressier 2 




9.30 

to 

10.30 


Physiology 
Conference 
Bressier 2 


Bacteriology 
Adm. 1 


Bacteriology 
Adm. 1 


Pharmacology 
Bressier 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressier 2 




10.30 

to 
12.30 


tBacteriology 
Laboratory 


Neurological 

Diagnosis 

10:45-11:45 

C.H. 




12.30 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

5.00 


Pharmacology Lecture 

Bressier 2 

Sect. B. 1 Sect. A. 

1:00-2:00 


Psychiatry 

1:30-3:30 

C.H. 


Pharmacology Laboratory 

3rd Floor Bressier 

Sect. B. 1 Sect. A. 

1:00-4:00 




Physiology Laboratory 

4th Floor Bressier 

Sect. A. 1 Sect. B. 

1:00-5:00 


Physiology Laboratory 

4th Floor Bressier 

Sect. A. \ Sect. B. 

1:00-5:00 





t Bacteriology Laboratory— Section work during the last month. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 26 TO JUNE 6, 1953 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 
9.30 


Surgery 
Bressier 2 


Surgery 
Bressier 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 

Adm. 1 


Medical Clbic 
Amp. 

Dispensary 
Building 


Physical 

Diagnosis 

Adm. 1 


Orthopaedics 
Bressier 2 


9.30 

to 
10.30 


Pharmacology 
Bressier 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressier 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Laboratory 

Bressier 1 


Pharmacology 
Bressier 2 


Obstetrics 
Bressier 2 


10.30 

to 
11.30 


Pathology 
C.H. 


Pathology 
C.H. 


Pathology 
Adm. 1 


Pathology 
C.H. 




11.30 


Lunch 




12.00 
to 

2.00 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Immunology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 




2.00 

to 
3.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Adm.l 


II Immunology 
Laboratory 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect A 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. B 

(3:00-5:00) 

U.H.D. 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. B 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. A 

(3:00-5:00) 

U.H.D. 




3.00 

to 
5.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Laboratory 

Bressier 1 


Optional period 
Pathology 

Immunology 



Immunology Laboratory — Section work during last two months. 

Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First Floor, Administration Building, 520 W. Lombard Street. 
C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, 522 W. Lombard Street. 

Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets, Eighth Floor 
U. H. D.— University Hospital Dispensary, Old Hospital Building. 
Laboratories: 

Physiology, Pharmacology, Surgical Anatomy— Bre«>s'er Buildin«. 
Bacteriology, Immunology, Pathology, Second Floor, 31 S. Greene Street. 
Mid-Year Examinations — January 19-24, 1953 

D.'^^J c •„.j.' r>...:.. It-.. ->,» inci 







SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




101 






THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 










SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO JUNE 6, 1953 




SCHEDULE 1 








Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 




(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


$.30 

to 
9 20 


Obstetrics 


Surgery 


Obstetrics 


Surgery 


Pathology 


Surgery 


C.H. 


c.n. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H 


t Gynecology 




tGynecology 






tAnaesthesiology 




March 30 to 




Mar. 25 to 






Mar. 14 to May 16 




May 11 




May 13 






Amp. 


9.30 










to 


" 


Transfer to Baltimore City Hospitals 






10.00 










10.00 

to 
12.00 




Physical Diagnosis, Pathology, Pediatrics and Neurology at B. C. H. 






(See Group Schedules) 






12.00 


Transfer 


Transfer 




Transfer 






to 


and 


and 


Lunch 


and 


Lunch 




1.00 


Lunch 


Lunch 




Lunch 










(Whole Class) 












•Gynecology 




(Whole Class) 








(Whole Class) 


tEye— 10 wks. 


Medical 










Nose & Throat, 


Jan, 27 to 




Clinical 


Obstetrics 




1.00 


Urology , 


Mar. 31 










to 


Otology, 


tOncology 


CUnic 


Pathology 






2.00 


Proctology, 

Plastic Surgery 

C.H. 


—5 wks. 
Apr. 7 to 

Mays 














C.B. 


B. C. E. 


Bressler 2 


B. C. H. 














Surgery 












(Whole Class) 


(2-3) 




2.00 


(Whole 


Class) 








to 


Pathology 1 


Laboratory 


Surgery 


Clinical 






4.00 


3 


/ 


Orthopaedics 












Pathology 


(3-4) 
B. C. H. 






(Whole Class) 










4.00 
to 


t Legal Medicine 
§ Industrial 


(Whole Class) 
Hygiene and 
Public Health 


Orthopaedics 
Roentgenology 


Laboratory 


Neuro-Surgery 




5.00 


Medicine 

II Psychiatry 

C.H. 


C.B. 


B. C. H. 


Bressler 5 


B. c. n. 





• First Semester. f Second Semester. X Sept 22 to Dec. 



§ Dec. 15 to Feb. 9. 



Feb. 16 to May 11 



SCHEDULE 2 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8 30 

to 
9.20 


(Whole Class) 

Ob:, te tries 

C.H. 

tGynecoJogy 

March 30 to 

May 11 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 
C.H. 


(Whole Class) 
Obstetrics 

c. n. 

tOynecoIogy 

Mar. 25 to 

May 13 


(Whole Class) 

Surgery 

c.n. 


(Whole Class) 

Pathology 

C.H. 


(Whole Class) 

Surgery 

C.H. 

Anaesthesiology 

Mar.l4toMayl6 

Amp, 


9.30 

to 
10 20 


Pediatrics 
C.H. 


Medicine 

t Pediatrics 

C. H. 


Medicine 

t Pediatrics 

C.H. 


Therapeutics 

t Pediatrics 

C.H. 


Medicine 

t Pediatrics 

C.H. 


Neurology 
C.H. 


10.30 

to 
i2.30 


Operative Surgery— 5fM5/er 6 
Medical and Surgical Dispensaries— (Univ. and Mercy Sections) 


J2.30 

to 

1. 00 


l.JOCh 




1.00 

to 
2.00 


Same as 
Schedule 1 


Medical 
Clinic 
Amp. 


Same as 
Schedule 1 


Psychiatry 
Dermatology 

U H. Disp 
1-4 








2.00 
1 00 


Ophthalmoscopy 

•* (5 weeks) 

S. E, E. 

Obstetrics 
*• (5 weeks) 
U.H.Disp. 

Otology 

•* (5 weeks) 

Univ. Bosp. 

3-C 




4.00 

to 
5.00 






Obstetrics 
C. H. 





The Junior Class will be divided into two sections — A and B. Each section reports to classes in keeping with the 
following schedule assignment, in which the letters represent the class sections and the numerals indicate the schedules to 
be followed for the periods shown. 

t Pediatrics given the last week in each semester. 



Schedule Assignment 

Semester Periods: 

September 18, 1952 to January 24, 1953 

January 26 to May 16, 1953 

•* 5-week periods: 

First Semester Second Semester 

Sept. 18-Oct. 22 Jan. 16-Feb. 28 

Oct. 23-Dec. 3 Mar. 2-Apr. 2 

Dec. 4- Jan. 17 Apr. 7-May 16 

Locations of Lecture Halls, etc. 
Adm. 1.— First Floor, Administration Building, 520 W. Lombard Street. 

A. H.— Anatomical Hall, Upper Hall, 522 W. Lombard Street. 

Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Eighth Floor. 
B C. H.— Baltimore City Hosps., 4940 Eastern Ave. 

B. E. H. — Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, 1214 Eutaw Place. 
Bressler— Bressler Building, 29 S. Greene Street. 

C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, 522 W. Lombard Street. 

Univ. Hosp. — New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets. 
U. VI. Disp.— Old Hospital Building, S. W. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
31—31 South Greene Street. 

CUnical Pathology Laboratory— Fifth Floor, Bressler Building. 
Pathology Laboratory— 31 South Greene Street, Special Rooms, Basement. 
Mid-Year Examinations— January 19-24, 1953 



Sections and Schedules 

A-1, B-2 

B-t. A-2 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



103 



FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO MAY 23, 1953 

CLASS DIVISIONS' 



Division If 


Division 2 


Division 3t 


Division 4 


Medicine and Medical 


Pediatrics 


Surgery and Surgical 


Obstetrics 


Specialties (8 weeks) 


(4 weeks) 


Specialties (8 weeks) 


(2 weeks) 


Neurology 


Psychiatry 


Urology 


Gynecology 


Cardiology 


(4 weeks) 


Neuro Surgery 


Oncology 


Gastro-Enterology 




Otology, Rhinology and 


(2 weeks) 


Metabolism 




Laryngology 


— 


Allergy 




Orthopaedics 


Dermatology & Syphilology 


— 




— 


Oncology 


Roentgenology 




Roentgenology 


Ophthalmology 

Anesthesiology 

(4 weeks) 



STUDENT GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 



1st Quarter 


3rd Quarter 


Sept. 18, 1952 to Nov 12, 1952 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division It 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 2 
Groups 9. 10, 11, 12 to Division 3t 
Groups 13, 14, 15, 16 to Division 4 


Jan. 26. 1953 to March 21, 1953 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 3t 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 4 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division If 
Groups 13, 14, 15, 16, to Division 2 


2nd Quarter 


4th Quarter 


Nov. 13, 1952 to Jan. 24, 1953 

(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 2 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 3t 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division 4 
Groups 13, 14, 15, 16 to Division If 


March 23, 1953 to May 23, 1953 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 4 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division If 
Groups 9, 10. 11, 12 to Division 2 
Groups 13, 14. 15, 16 to Division 3t 



•The curriculum is arranged into 4 divisions, and the senior class into 16 groups. 

t The curriculum of Divisions 1 and 3 is given at the University and Mercy Hospitals simultaneously. There are 
4 groups assigned to each division. Two groups or one half the students of each division are assigned work for 4 
weeks at each hospital. Students belonging to groups 1, 2, 9 and 10 report to the University Hospital for the 1st 4 
weeks. Groups 3, 4, 11 and 12 report to Mercy. At the end of 4 weeks the students at the University Hospital re- 
port to Mercy and the groups at Mercy report to the University Hospital for a similar period, thus completing for each 
group involved one division of work. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF TvIEDICINE 
AND COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



GRADUATES, JUNE 7, 1952 



Adams, Charles Baird, Jr Maryland 

Adelstein, Benjamin Aijord, A.B. 

Pennsylvania 
Adkins, Charles Glen. . . .West Virginia 
Ahlquist, Richard Elmer, Jr., A.B. 

VVashington 
Alderman, George Carl, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 

Andrews, James Willmm, B.S Ohio 

Atkins, Raymond Melvin Maryland 

Bakal, Daniel, B.S Maryland 

Baker, Timothy D.\nporth, A.B. 

Maryland 
Bergofsky, Edward Harold . . Maryland 
Berrios- Jimenez, Osvaldo . . Puerto Rico 

Bridges, Jack Arthur Washington 

Brittain, Lowell Ellis, A.B. 

North Carolina 
Brooks, James Burch, B.S.. . .Maryland 
Brown, William Morris, Jr., A.B. 

Georgia 

Carroll, John Edward, Jr Maryland 

Carson, Jack Oliver, B.S. 

North Carolina 

Clyman, D.an'iel, B.S Maryland 

Cohen, Phin ISIaryland 

Culpepper, Stuart Pitner, B.S. . .Florida 
Devlin, Andrew Joseph, B.S. 

Washington 
Diggs, Andrew Monroe, B.S. 

North Carolina 
DiGiovai^ni, Anthony John, A.B. 

Maryland 
Douglas, Robert Arnold, B.S.. .Florida 
Douglass, Robert Corl, Jr., B.S.. .Ohio 
DuNTORD, Willl\m St.anley, Jr., B.S. 

Utah 

EcKERT, Herbert Lewis Maryland 

Egbert, Lawhence Deems, Jr., A.B. 

Maryland 

Elgin, Lee William, Jr Florida 

Elliott, Charles Stanley Florida 

Feski, Joseph Paul Pennsylvania 

Fine, Jack Maryland 

Foley, Michael Joseph . . . West Virginia 

Fritz, Louis Albert, B.S Maryland 

Gebhardt, Robert William . . . Maryland 
Gilliam, Charles Franklin, A.B. 

North Carolina 
GiSLASON, Paul Harold, A.B. 

North Dakota 
Gonzalez-Rivera, Luis Felipe 

Puerto Rico 

Gore, Jay Calvin, A.B Maryland 

Grabill, James Rodney Maryland 

Graham, David Eric, B.S. . North Carolina 
Graybeal, Clarence Edward . Mar>4and 



Greco, William Richard Maryland 

Grubb, Robert Alvin Maryland 

Hankoff, Leon Dudley Maryland 

Harris, William Benjamin, A.B. 

North Carolina 
Heimer, William Lenox, B.S. . .Maryland 

Holmes, Charles Martin Maryland 

HoucK, Romulus Vance, Jr. . . . Maryland 
HuDGiNS, William Baird, A.B.. . .Georgia 
Hunter, DeWitt Talmage, Jr., B.S. 

Virginia 

Hunter, Laurel Virginia Maryland 

Hyatt, Irvin, B.S Maryland 

Keller, Franklin Lloyd, A.B.. Maryland 

Kline, Frank Menefee Maryland 

Knell, Joseph Anthony, Jr., A.B. 

Maryland 
Krager, John Martin, B.S.. . .Maryland 

Kramer, Irvin Maryland 

Krieger, Morton Morris Maryland 

Lapp, Herbert Walter New Jersey 

Lightbody, Charles Harry, A.B. . . Maine 
Love, Robert George, B.S. 

Massachusetts 

Mathews, William Allen, A.B Ohio 

McKay, John Nelson Maryland 

Olsen, Richard Young, A.B. . . California 

Perry, Benton Bloch, B.S Maryland 

Phelps, James Solomon, Jr., B.S. 

North Carolina 
Pillsbury, William Andrew, Jr. 

Maryland 
Ramirez- Santisteb AN, Gilberto 

Puerto Rico 

Rappeport, Jonas Ralph Maryland 

Rasmussen-Taxdal, David Samuel 

Pennsylvania 

Reed, Julian Ward, B.S Maryland 

Robbins, Malcolm Lee Maryland 

RossoN, William Daniel Maryland 

Sckimmel, Bella Fa ye, B.S.. . .Maryland 

Sharrett, John Oliver Maryland 

Shoff, Mahlon James, A.B Delaware 

SiNDLER, Richard Arnold, A.B. 

Maryland 
Slager, Ursula Traugott, A.B. 

Maryland 
Smith, Bolyston Dandridge 

West Virginia 

Smith, George Herbert, A.B Mame 

Smoot, Aubrey Cannon, Jr. . . . Delaware 

Spritz, Norton, A.B Maryland 

St AMBLER, Alvin Abraham .... Maryland 
Starling, Charles Ray, B.S. 

North Carolina 
Trace, Robert James Wisconsin 



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Troutman, Belk Connor . North Carolina Weeks, Howard Nelson, B.S. . . Maryland 

ViCENs, Carlos Nathaniel, B.S. VVlldberger, Albert John, A.B. 

Puerto Rico Maryland 

Wallace, Scott Pyper, A.B Utah Wilkinson, John Ross, Jr., A.B. 

Walsh, Harry Martin, B.S.. . .Maryland North Carolina 

Warren, Bryan Pope, Jr Maryland Wolfel, Donald Anthony .... Maryland 

Watters, John Lord, A.B. Wolverton, William Roger, A.B. 

North Carolina West Virginia 

HONORS 

University Prize Gold Medal 

William Allen Mathews 

Certificate of Honor 

Edward Harold Bergofsky Daniel Clyman 

Leon Dudley Hankoff Richard Elmer Ahlquist/ Jr. 

Albert Abraham Stambler 

The Dr. A. Bradley Gaither Memorial Prize 
James Solomon Phelps, Jr. 

The William D. Wolfe Memorial Prize and Certificate of 
Proficiency 

Richard Elmer Ahlquist, Jr. 

The Leonard M. Hummel Medal and Certificate of Proficiency 

William Allen Mathews 

INTERNSHIPS— GRADUATES OF JUNE 7, 1952 

July 1, 1952-June 30, 1953 

Adams, Charles Baird, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Adelstein, Benjamin Alfred University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Adkins, Charles Glen White Cross Hospital, Columbus, Ohio 

Ahlquist, Richard Elmer, Jr. 

University of California Hospital, San Francisco, California 

Alderman, George Carl University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Andrews, James Williams Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Atkins, Raymond Melvin U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Bakal, Daniel Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Baker, Timothy Danforth University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Bergofsky, Edward Harold Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

Berrios-Jimenez, Osvaldo Doctors Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Bridges, Jack Arthur Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland, Oregon 

Brittain, Lowell Ellis Rex Hospital, Raleigh, N. C. 

Brooks, James Burch Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Brown, William Morris, Jr Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia 

Carroll, John Edward, Jr Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Carson, Jack Oliver Rex Hospital, Raleigh, N. C. 

Clyman, Daniel Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cohen, Phin Duke Hospital, Durham, N. C. 



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Culpepper, Stuart Pitner Rex Hospital, Raleigh, N. C. 

Devlin, Andrew Joseph White Cross Hospital, Columbis, Ohio. 

DiGGS, Andrew Monroe. . .George Washington University Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

DiGiovANNi, Anthony John Lutheran Hospital of Maryland, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Douglas, Robert Arnold U.S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, California 

Douglass, Robert Corl, Jr Wayne County General Hospital, Eloise, Michigan 

Dunford, William Stanley, Jr. . . .U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Seattle, Wash. 

EcKERT, Herbert Lewis University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Egbert, Lawrence Deems Garfield Memorial Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Elgin, Lee William, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Elliott, Charles Stanley Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan 

Fisher, Joseph Paul McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Fine, Jack Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Foley, Michael Joseph University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Fritz, Louis Albert St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Gebhardt, Robert William Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Gilliam, Charles Franklin Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Charlotte, N. C. 

GiSLASON, Paul Harold Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Penna. 

Gonzalez-Rivera, Luis Felipe University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Gore, Jay Calvin Riverside Hospital, Toledo, Ohio 

Grabill, James Rodney Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Graham, David Eric Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Charlotte, N. C. 

Graybeal, Clarence Edward Delaware Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware 

Greco, William Richard University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Grubb, Robert Alvin Harrisburg Polyclinic, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Hankoff, Leon Dudley Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harris, William Benjamin 

Los Angeles County General Hospital, Los Angeles, California 

Heimer, William Lenox University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Holmes, Charles Martin 

Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital, Washington, D, C. 

Houck, Romulus Vance, Jr St, Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. 

HuDGiNS, William Baird Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia 

Hunter, DeWitt Talmage, Jr. 

Hunter, Laurel Virginia University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hyatt, Irvin Beth Israel Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

Keller, Franklin Lloyd Lutheran Hospital of Maryland, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Kline, Frank Menefee Cincinnati General Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Knell, Joseph Anthony, Jr St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Krager, John Martin St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Kramer, Irving Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Krieger, Morton Morris Mt. Sinai Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio 

Lapp, Herbert Walter Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Lightbody, Charles Harry Worcester City Hospital, Worcester, Mass. 

Love, Robert George Salem Hospital, Salem, Mass. 

Mathews, William Allen 

U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

McKay, John Nelson Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Olsen, Richard Young Hospital of the Good Samaritan, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Perry, Benton Bloch Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Phelps, James Solomon, Jr Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Charlotte, N. C. 



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PiLLSBURY, William Andrew Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Ramirez-Santisteban, Gilberto University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Rappeport, Jonas Ralph Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Ilhnois 

Rasmussen-Taxdal, David Samuel University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Reed, Julian Ward U.S. Naval Hospital, St. Albans, Long Island, N. Y. 

Robbins, Malcolm Lee Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Rosson, William Daniel Lutheran Hospital of Maryland, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

ScHiMMEL, Bella Fa ye. . .Los Angeles County General Hospital, Los Angeles, California 

Sharrett, John Oliver University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Shoff, Mahlon James U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Seattle, Washington 

Sindler, Richard Arnold Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Slager, Ursula Traugott University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Smith, Boylston Dandridge, Jr. 

U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, New Orleans, La. 

Smith, George Herbert University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Smoot, Aubrey Cannon, Jr Delaware Hospital, Wilmington, Del. 

Spritz, Norton Bellevue Hospital, Cornell Medical Division, N. Y, 

Stambler, Alvin Abr.aham Beth Israel Hospital, New York 

Starling, Charles Ray University Hospital, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Trace, Robert James Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Troutman, Belk Connor James Walker Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, N. C. 

ViCENS, Carlos Nathaniel San Juan City Hospital, San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Wallace, Scott Pyper Tripler General Hospital, Oahu, Hawaii 

Walsh, Harry Martin University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Warren, Jr., Bryan Pope Syracuse University Medical Center Hospital, N. Y. 

Watters, John Lord University Hospital, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Weeks, Howard Nelson St. Vincent's Hospital, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Wildberger, Albert John University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Wilkinson, Jr., John Ross Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

WoLFEL, Donald Anthony University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

WoLVERTON, William Roger Charleston General Hospital, Charleston, W. Va. 

MATRICULANTS 

SENIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1951 TO JUNE 7, 1952 

Adams, Charles Baird, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Adelstein, Benjamin Alfred, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1948 Pennsylvania 

Adkins, Charles Glen, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Ahlquist, Richard Elmer, Jr., A.B., Stanford University, 1948 Washington 

Alderman, George Carl, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1949 Maryland 

Andrews, James William, B.S., Muskingum College, 1948 Ohio 

Atkins, Raymond Melven, University of Maryland Maryland 

Bakal, Daniel, B.S., Loyola College, 1948 Maryland 

Baker, Timothy Danforth, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948 Maryland 

Bergofsky, Edward Harold, University of Maryland Maryland 

Berrios, Osvaldo, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Bridges, Jack Arthur, University of Maryland Maryland 

Brittain, Lowell Ellis, A.B., University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

Brooks, J.ames Burch, B.S., Loyola College, 1948 Maryland 

Brown, William Morris, Jr., A.B., Mercer University, 1948 Georgia 

Carroll, John Edward, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Carson, Jack Oliver, B.S., University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

Clym.\n, Daniel, B.S., University of Maryland, 1948 Maryland 



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Cohen, Phin, Duke University Maryland 

Culpepper, Stuart Pitner, B.S., University of Georgia^ 194S Florida 

Devlin, Andrew Joseph, B.S., Gonzaga University, I94S Washington 

DiGGs, Andrew Monroe, B.S., University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

DiGiovANNi, Anthony John, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948 Maryland 

Douglas, Robert Arnold, B.S,, /. B. Stetson University, 1948 Florida 

Douglass, Robert Corl, Jr., B.S., University of Toledo, 1947 Ohio 

DuNFORD, William Stanley, Jr., B.S., Brigliam Young University, 1948 Utah 

EcKERT, Herbert Lewis, University of Maryland Maryland 

Egbert, Lawrence Deems, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948 Maryland 

Elgin, Lee William, Jr., University of Florida Florida 

Elliott, Charles Stanley, Emory University Florida 

Fisher, Joseph Paul, University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 

Fine, Jack, University of Maryland Maryland 

Foley, Michael Joseph, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Fritz, Louis Albert, B.S., Loyola College, 1948 Maryland 

Gebhardt, Robert William, University of Maryland Maryland 

Gilliam, Charles Franklin, A.B., University of North Carolina, School of Medi- 
cine, September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

GiSLASON, Paul Harold, A.B., University of North Dakota, 1948 North Dakota 

Gonzalez, Luis Felipe, University of Maryland Puerto Rico 

Gore, Jay Cal\tn, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1948 Maryland 

Grabill, James Rodney, Georgetown University, American University Maryland 

Graham, David Eric, B.S., University of North Carolina, Medical School, Sep- 
tember 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

Graybeal, Clarence Edward, University of Maryland Maryland 

Greco, William Richard, University of Maryland Maryland 

Grubb, Robert Alvin, University of Maryland Maryland 

Hankoff, Leon Dudley, University of Maryland Maryland 

Harris, William Benjamin, A.B., University of North Carolina, School of Medi- 
cine, September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

Heimer, William Lenox, B.S., University of Maryland, 1948 Maryland 

Holmes, Charles Martin, University of Miami Maryland 

Houck, Romulus Vance, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Hudgins, William Baird, A.B., Emory University, 1948 Georgia 

Hunter, DeWitt Talmade, Jr., B.S., U. S. Naval Academy, 1945 Virginia 

Hunter, Laurel Mullins, A.B., Westhampton College, 1948 Maryland 

Hyatt, Irvin, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Keller, Franklin Lloyd, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1945 Maryland 

Kline, Frank Menefee, University of Maryland Maryland 

Knell, Joseph Anthony, Jr., A.B., Loyola College, 1948 Maryland 

Krager, John Martin, B.S., Loyola College, 1948 Maryland 

Kramer, Irvin, New York University Maryland 

Krieger, Morton Morris, University of Maryland Maryland 

Lapp, Herbert Walter, Seton Hall College New Jersey 

Lightbody, Charles Harry, A.B., Colby College, 1948 Maine 

Love, Robert George, B.S., Massachusetts University, 1947 Massachusetts 

Mathews, William Allen, Westminster College, A.B., Wittenberg College Ohio 

McKay, John Nelson, Ohio Wesleyan University, Gettysburg College Maryland 

Olsen, Richard Young, A.B., University of California, 1948 CaUfornia 

Perry, Benton Bloch, B.S., University of Chicago, 1947 Maryland 

Phelps, James Solomon, Jr., B.S., University of North Carolina, 1948, School of 

Medicine, September 1948 to June 1950 North CaroHna 

PiLLSBURY, William Andrew, Jr., University of Oregon, Loyola College Maryland 

Ramirez-Santisteban, Gilberto, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Rappeport, Jonas Ralph, University of Maryland Maryland 

Rasmussen-Taxdal, David Samuel, University of Maryland Pennsylvania 

Reed, Julian Ward, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Robbins, Malcolm Lee, University of Maryland Maryland 

RossoN, William Daniel, University of Maryland Maryland 

ScHiMMEL, Bella Faye, B.S., University of Michigan, 1948 Maryland 



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Sharrett, John Oliver, University of Virginia Maryland 

Shoff, Mahlon James, A.B., University of Delaware, 1948 Delaware 

SiNDLER, Richard Arnold, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948 Maryland 

Slager, Ursula Traugott, A.B., Wellesley College, 1948 Maryland 

Smith, Bolyston Dandridge, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Smith, George Herbert, A.B., Clark University, 1948 Maine 

Smoot, Aubrey Cannon, Jr., University of Delaware Delaware 

Spritz, Norton, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948 Maryland 

Stambler, Alvin Abraham, University of Maryland Maryland 

Starling, Charles Ray, B.S., University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

Trace, Robert James, University of Wisconsin Wisconsin 

Troutman, Belk Connor, University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

Vicens, Carlos Nathaniel, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 1948 Puerto Rico 

Wallace, Scott, Pyper, A.B., University of Utah, 1948 Utah 

Walsh, Harry Martin, B. S., Washington College, 1948 Maryland 

Warren, Bryan Pope, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Watters, John Lord, A.B., University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

September 1948 to June 1950 North Carohna 

Weeks, Howard Nelson, B.S,, Franklin & Marshall, 1948 Maryland 

Wildberger, Albert John, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1948 Maryland 

Wilkinson, John Ross, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

September 1948 to June 1950 North Carolina 

Wolfel, Donald Anthony, University of Maryland Maryland 

Wolverton, William Roger, A.B., West Virginia University, 1948 West Virginia 

JUNIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1951 TO JUNE 7, 1952 

Arp, Louis Croft, Jr., A.B., State University of Iowa, 1949 Illinois 

Baldwin, Richard Moffi^tt, B.S., Loyola College, 1949 Maryland 

Banks, James Leroy, Jr., B.S., Furman University, 1949 South CaroHna 

Bastian, Grace Arlene, B.S., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Beck, George Henry, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1949 Maryland 

Berkeley, Scott Bruce, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1949, School of 

Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 North Carolina 

Berkow, Robert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Blumenfeld, Samuel, A.B., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Boggs, James Ernest, A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

BovE, Joseph Richard, B.S., University of Maryland New Jersey 

Brinkley, George Ross, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

Bulluck, Da\td Ernest, Jr., B.S., University of North Carolina, 1949, School of 

Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 North Carolina 

BuRKART, Thomas Joseph, B.S., Loyola College, 1949 Ohio 

Byerly, Walter Houck, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Byrnes, Bernard Joseph, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1949 Maryland 

Carroll, Charles Fisher, Jr., B.S., Guilford College, 1949 North Carohna 

Carter, Donald Sweetser, Duke University Maryland 

Clift, John Vinton, B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1949 Maryland 

Codington, John Bonnell, B.S., Davidson College, 1949 North Carolina 

Cohen, Jerome, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Colon-Lugo, Salomon, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

DoERNER, Wyand Francis, Jr., B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College, 1949 Maryland 

DowELL, Rowland Judson, tlniversity of Utah Utah 

DuMLER, John Don.a.ld, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Edlow, Jules Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Eye, Harry Luke, A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

FiROR, Hugh Valentine, University of Georgia Georgia 

Flax, Leonard Harold, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Frieman, Sylvan, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Garlock, Frederick Adams, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Garrison, Joseph Shermer, 3d, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1949 Maryland 

Gevas, George, B.S,, University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 



110 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

GiLLOTTE, Joseph Patrick, B.S., University of Maryland Connecticut 

Glick, Leonard Barry, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Goldstein, Robert Bruce, University of Maryland Maryland 

Hartman, John McM aster, A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

Heisse, John Wilbur, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Henson, Kenneth Clifford, B.S., Salem College, 1949 Maryland 

Herbert, Thomas Franklyn, Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Hess, Charles Franklin, A.B., McPherson College, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Himm:elwright, George Overton, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Holder, William Lewis, A.B., Emory University, 1949 Georgia 

Huntley, Earl Stuart, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1949, School 

of Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 Florida 

Jones, Henry Albert, Jr., Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Jones, Thomas Lawson, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Judge, Walter Francis, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1949 New Jersey 

Kaese, Werner Erich, B.S., Albright College, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Karn, William Nicholas, Jr., Alfred University Maryland 

Kingsbury, Robert Coburn, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Kiser, William Sites, B.S., University of Maryland West Virginia 

Knight, Arthur Clyde, University of Montana Montana 

Lambert, Robert Young, A.B., Emory University, 1949 South Carolina 

Langrall, Harrison Morton, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Lee, Benjamin Buck, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Leighton, Herbert Houck, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Levine, Robert Lee, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Longo-Cordero, Rafael, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Madge, Gordon Evans, College of William and Mary Maryland 

McCracken, Jesse William, B.S., Guilford College, 1949, University of North 

Carolina, School of Medicine, September 1949 to 1951 North Carolina 

McFadden, Archibald Weems, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Mendelsohn, Ronald Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Metcalf, John William, Jr., Kent State University Ohio 

MiDDLEiON, Benjamin Martin, University of Maryland Maryland 

Might, James Edward, A.B., Wittenberg College, 1949 Ohio 

Miles, Leslie Roy, Jr., A,B., West Virginia University, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Miller, George Henry, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Miller, Norman Louis, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

NovEY, RivA Esther, A.B., Goucher College, 1935, M.S., Smith College, 1938 Maryland 

Palmisano, Joseph Frank, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Peck, George Charles, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Powder, James Richard, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Quinn, Corbett, Latimer, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1949, School of 

Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 North CaroUna 

Read, James Lamar, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Richardson, Joe Bernal, A.B., Emory University, 1949 Georgia 

Richmond, Lewis Cass, Jr., Duke University West Virginia 

RowE, James Earle, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

ScHiNDLER, Richard Elias, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Shuman, Joseph Ellyn, B.S., Washington College, 1949 Maryland 

Singleton, Robert Tiffany, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Skaggs, Thomas Wayne, B.S., University of Miami, 1947 Florida 

Slasman, William Howry, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Smith, William Meredith, Jr., B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College, 1949 Maryland 

Spudis, Edward Verhines, B.S., University of Maryland Washington, D. C 

Templeton, William Pendleton, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Treiber, Martin William, B.S., University of Maryland, 1948 Maryland 

Troxel, James Roy, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948 Maryland 

Tyson, William Alva Way, B.S., Dickinson College, 1949 Maryland 

Vance, Arnold Leonard, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Walter, Herbert Guy, Jr., University of Nevada Nevada 

Watson, Jack Thomas, B.S., U. S. Naval Academy, 1945 West Virginia 

Weaver, Karl Hanna, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Webster, Joel Stoops, B.S., University of Maryland Maryland 

Weeks, Harry Stephen, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

Weiner, Israel Howard, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1951 TO JUNE 7, 1952 

Abrams, Samuel Joseph, B.A., Johns Hopkins University^ 1950 Maryland 

AuLT, Virginia Lee, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Baitch, Arthur, University of Maryland Maryland 

Barr, John William. B.C.S., University of Georgia, 1948 Maryland 

Bauernschub, George Marbry, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Beach, Robert William, III, B.A., Yale University, 1950 Maryland 

Bechtold, Jean Carol, University of Maryland Maryland 

Berck, Beverly Jean, B.A., Asbury College, 1950 Maryland 

Bernardo, Anthony A., B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Rhode Island 

Berntson, Dale Rampston, B.A., University of Utah, 1949 Utah 

Besson, Edwin Henry Taylor, B.S., Washington College, 1950 Maryland 

Betz, Richard Norman, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Blumenfeld, Herbert Lee, University of Maryland Maryland 

Brown, Stuart Morton, University of Maryland Maryland 

Bullock, Allen Culpepper, Jr., B.S., Bates College, 1950 Maine 

Carney, Mary Kathleen, B.A., College of Notre Dame, 1950 Maryland 

Cohen, Earl, University of Maryland Maryland 

Coyle, Jean Marie, University of Maryland Maryland 

Defendini, Efrain Antonio, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

DoRAN, William Francis, B.S., Allegheny College, 1950 Pennsylvania 

Edwards, Arthur George, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Ellin, Morton Jack, University of Maryland Maryland 

Epstein, Yale, University of Maryland Maryland 

Evans, Theodore Edward, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Fields, Ann, B.S., University of Maryland, 1947 Maryland 

Fitch, Charles Thomas, B.S., George Washington University, 1950 Maryland 

Forrest, Otto Norman, Jr., B.A., Duke University, 1949 Maryland 

Framm, Daniel Herschel, University of Maryland Maryland 

Freed, Malcolm Felix, University of Maryland Maryland 

Fritz, George Suppes, University of Maryland Maryland 

Fruth, Rich.ard Lawrence, B.A., M.S., W. Va. University, 1949, 1950. . . . W^est Virginia 
Funkhouser, George Richard, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950. . . .Maryland 

Gable, Walter DeLay, University of Maryland Maryland 

Gerwig, John Monroe, Jr., B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Gessner, John Edward, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Glick, Louis Michael, Mt. St. Mary's College Maryland 

Goldsmith, Ralph Samuel, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950 Maryland 

Gunning, Jean Jacques, B.A., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Hammer, Charles John, Jr., B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Hartman, John Frederick. B.S., Loyola Clllege, 1950 Maryland 

Harvey, Harold Dewey, B.A., B.S., Southwest Missouri State Coll., 1950. . . .Missouri 

Hatfeeld, William Henry, Jr., B.A., St. John's College, 1941 Maryland 

Hayes, James Westcott, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Headley, William McKendree, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

HoLCOMBE, Robert Calkins, B.A., Washington University, 1950 Illinois 

Hopf, Edward Warren, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 . Maryland 

HouPT, William Pierre, B.A., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Hunt, Thomas Edward, Jr., B.A., West Virginia University, 1950 West Virginia 

Jones, Richard Arvin, B.A., Bridge-water College, 1950 Maryland 

Jones, Rosella Edith, B.A., Indiana University, 1949 Maryland 

k.APLAN, Irvin Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Keefe, Raymond Bernard, B.S., College of the Holy Cross, 1950 Connecticut 

Kiester, Thomas Edward, B.A., Wittenberg College, 1950 Ohio 

Klohr, Edward Smith, Jr., Western Maryland College Maryland 

Knotts, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., B.A., Duke University, 1950 Florida 

Lavine Stanford A., B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Pennsylvania 

Levin, Herbert Joseph, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Levine, Hilbert Merrill, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Levy, David Alfred, University of Maryland Maryland 

LooFF, D.wiD Henry, B.S., State College of Washington, 1950 Washington 

Mawhinney, Charles, Jr., B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1948 Pennsylvania 

McGoNiGLE, John Jerome, Jr., B.A., Holy Cross College, 1950 Massachusetts 

Moss, Irwin Harold, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 



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Mueller, Charles Herbert, Jr., B.S., Wheaton College, 1940 Maryland 

Mueller, Eugene Alexander, B.S., Mt. Union College, 1949 Ohio 

Murphy, John Daily, B.A., Centre College, 1950 Illinois 

Nafzinger, Moses Leroy, B.S., Juniaia College, 1950 Maryland 

N angle, Gerald Francis, B.A., Ohio State University, 1948 Maryland 

NoYA, Joseph, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950 Maryland 

Owens, David, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Packard, Albert Gibson, Jr., B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Pats, Albert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Patten, David Hales, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Perez Arzola, Miguel, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Raab, Hellmugh, Florida Southern College Maryland 

Rainess, Morris, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Roberts, Robert Reuel Richard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Schlenoff, Milton, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 .Maryland 

Shamer, Margaret Gillette, B.A., Woman's College of the University of North 

Carolina, 1948 Maryland 

Shapiro, Jerome Edwin, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Shochet, Bernard Richard, University of Maryland Maryland 

Simpson, Marshall Albert, Western Maryland College Delaware 

Smith, Joseph Raymond, B.A., Union College, 1950 Pennsylvania 

Smyth, James Walter, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Solon, Thomas John, University of Maryland New York 

Teeter, James Herring, B.A., Gettysburg College, 1950 Maryland 

Thames, Rufus, B.S., University of Florida, 1950 Florida 

Tracy, Harold William, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland^ 1950 Maryland 

Trapnell, Henry Rogers, University of Virginia Maryland 

TuBLiN, Ira Nathan, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Wall, George Henry, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Weiss, Harold Robert, University of Maryland Maryland 

Welliver, Daneel Irvin, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Welton, William Arch, Jr., B.A., Harvard University, 1950 West Virginia 

White, Kenneth Howard, Jr., B.A., Yoiingstown College, 1950 Ohio 

Whittaker, Arthur Vance, B.S., Geneva College, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Wild, William Otto, B.S., Mt, Union College, 1950 Ohio 

WoHL, Milton Jack, B.S., University of Dayton Maryland 

Yem, Robert Earl, B.S., University of Nevada, 1950 Nevada 

FRESHMAN CLASS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1951 TO JUNE 7, 1952 

Albrecht, John George, Adelphi College New York 

Baer, George Kohler, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Balcerzak, Stanley Paul, Jr., University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 

Ball, James John, University of Illinois Maryland 

Barnett, Robert Maitland, Jr., College of Charleston South Carolina 

Benitez-Van Rhyn, Eugenio Enrique, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 

1951 Puerto Rico 

Beyer, Otto Christian, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Blankman, Norman, University of Maryland Maryland 

Bradley, Albert Bennett, B.A., Johns Hopkim University, 1951 Maryland 

Brunschwyler, Philip Craig, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Bullard, Foster Lucius, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1951 Florida 

Cameron, Donald Chisholm, B.A., University of Delaware, 1951 Delaware 

Capel, Neal Conrad, B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Cavallaro, Joseph William, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Charles, Roderick Edward, B.S., Howard University, 1951 Maryland 

Clay, William Holmes, B.S., Wake Forest College, 1951 Maryland 

Close, James McClay, B.A., Virginia Military Institute, 1951 Maryland 

Cohen, Jonas Kolker, A.B., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Cole, Roger Willard, University of Maryland Maryland 

Cornell, Roger Detlef, B.S., Davidson College, 1951 Maryland 

Cowan, Thomas Warner, University of Maryland Maryland 

Cox, EvERARD Francis, B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Daly, Mary Viola, B.S., American University, M.S., Iowa State College Maryland 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 113 

Dann, Theodore Alvin, University of Maryland Maryland 

Darrell, John Joseph, Loyola College Maryland 

Davis, Thomas Edward, B.A., Washington & Lee University^ 1951 Maryland 

Dembo, Donald Howard, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

DiEDERiCHS, Henry August, B.A., Wittenberg College, 1951 Ohio 

DvORiNE, William, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Engers, John Albert, Jr., B.S., Georgetown University, 1950 Maryland 

EsHELMAN, Joseph Chalice, University of Maryland Maryland 

Feldman, Martin Jerome, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Frederick, James Nelson, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Friskey, George Hamilton, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Galloway, Charles Barton, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Gauld, John Ross, A.B., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Gelhaus, Vernon Maynard, Loyola College Maryland 

GiFFORD, George Edmund, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Gilmore, George Travers, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Goldberg, Julian Robert, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

GoLDiNTER, Marvin Alfred, University of Maryland Maryland 

GosHORN, Gary Swan, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Harris, Daniel Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Hecker, Alvin Wilfred, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Herbst, Harry Herman, University of Maryland Maryland 

HiGMAN, Henry Booth, B.A., St. Johns College, 1950 Maryland 

Himmler, Vv^ alter Norman, University of Maryland Maryland 

HoLLiSTER, William, Jr., B.S., Davidson College, 1951 North Carolina 

Hopkins, Peter Holmes, B.S., Randolph-Macon College, 1951 Maryland 

Hudson, Paul Carroll, A.B., Princeton University, 1948 Maryland 

Hughes, James Lewis, B.S., Georgetown University, 1951 Maryland 

IwANTSCH, Alfred Edmund, Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

James, Walter Edward, University of Maryland , Maryland 

Kappelman, Murray Martin, University of Maryland Maryland 

Keefe, William Peter, B.S., College of the Holy Cross, 1951 Connecticut 

Keegan, James Thomas, B.A., Dartmouth College, 1951 Connecticut 

KiMMEL, Louis Edmund, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

King, Daniel Denoon, Jr., B.S., College of William and Mary, 1951 Maryland 

KiRBY, William Henry, Jr., B.E., Johns Hopkins University, 1943, M.S. Johns 

Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Klugman, Yale Lee, University of Maryland Maryland 

KooNS, Charles Ronald, B.S., Purdue University, 1951 New Jersey 

Kramer, Morton David, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Krone, William Frank, Jr., B.A., Washington and Jeferson College, 1951 . . . .Maryland 

Lancaster, Robert Gregory, Gonzaga University Washington 

Lavy, Norman Wilbur, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Leighton, Richard Frederick, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1951 Maryland 

Leipold, Ernest Adam, Jr., Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Lew.andowski, Anthony Adam, B.A., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Lipsitz, Sidney Melbourne, Jr., B.A., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Longo, Frank Walter, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Connecticut 

McGowAN, John Peter, B.S., St. John\s University, 1951 New York 

McIntyre, David Beck, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Mendelson, Jack Harold, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland 

MiKOLOSKi, Vincent Stanley, Jr., B.A., Clark University, 1951 Massachusetts 

MooNEY, Albert Lee, B.S., Washington College, 1943 Maryland 

Morningstar, George Leo, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Morse, Leonard Jack, B.A., American International College, 1951 Massachusetts 

Mueller, Paul Godfrey, Loyola College Maryland 

Nataro, Frank Robert D'Anneo, B.A., Yde University, 1947, M.B.A., Colum- 
bia University, 1951 New Jersey 

Neeley, James Patton, Jr., B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Newklrk, Meigs Albert, B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1951 Maryland 

PoLis, George Nicholas, B.S., Georgetown University, 1951 District of Columbia 

Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1951.. .North Carolina 
Raskin, Joan, A.B., Goiccher College, 1951 Maryland 



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Samorodin, Violet Selma, University of Maryland Maryland 

Sax, Albert Morton, B.S., Western Reserve University, 1951 Maryland 

ScHANBERGER, JoHN Edward, B.A., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Shirey, Robert Garland, B.S., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Small, Richard Elwood, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1951 Pennsylvania 

Snyder, Clovis Marene, B.A., Washington and Lee University, 1951 Maryland 

Spock, Alexander, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Pennsylvania 

Staggers, Phillip Gary, University of Maryland West Virginia 

Sterling, William Norton, B.S., George Washington University, 1951 

District of Columbia 

Stewart, Donald Wallace, B.S., Morgan State College, 1951 Maryland 

Stitcher, Joseph Edward, University of Maryland Maryland 

SussMAN, Karl Edgar, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Thatcher, Lionel Gilbert, Miami University Maryland 

Thorpe, Peter Van Boekel, A.B., Brown University, 1941 Maryland 

Trucker, Albert Leroy, Jr., B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Wagner, Herbert Charles, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Walton, Fred Richard, B.A., Indiana University, 1950 Indiana 

Ward, Ann Marie, B.A., Barnard College, 1951 New Jersey 

Welling, Charles Clark, B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

YousEM, Herbert Leonard, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 



INTRAMURAL POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 



July 1, 1951 to June 30, 1952 



Surgical Anatomy 

Blair, Emil, M.D. 
Bokhair, L., M.D. 
Brendle, Wm. K., M.D. 
Chen, Walter T., M.D. 
Crajje, Paul S., M.D. 



Savannah, Ga. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Shanghai, China 
Nashville, Tenn. 



Daly, Harold L., Jr., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 
EzzET, Faik, M.D. Baquba, Iraq 



Gilbert, Richard A., M.D. 
GoEHRs, Homer Richard, 

M.D. 
Gotses, Paul S., M.D. 
HouLE, Laurent B., M.D. 
Massenburg, George Y., 

M.D. 
NrPKOw, Hans, M.D. 

Panico, Frederick G., M.D. 
Sadowsky, Wallace H., 

M.D. 
Sindelar, Joseph B., M.D. 
Tan, Seng-Ngo, M.D. 
Toma, John J., M.D. 
Welcome, Henry C, M.D. 
Woodward, Arthur F., M.D. 



Baltimore, Md. 
Houston, Texas 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Macon, Georgia 

Baltimore, Md. 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Perryville, Md. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Manila, Philippines 
Hollywood, Cal. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 



Medical College of Georgia 
American University 
University of Maryland 
Aurora University, Shanghai 
Johns Hopkins School of 

Med. 
University of Maryland 
Bagdad Royal College of 

Med. 
University of Virginia 
Baylor Univ. College of 

Med. 
Medical College of Virginia 
Tufts College Med. School 
University of Maryland 

Ludwig Maxmilian Univ., 

Germany 
Univ. of Pennsylvania 
University of Maryland 

Creighton University 
University of the Philippines 
Univ. Budapest, Hungary 
Meharry Med. School 
University of Maryland 



General Anatomy 

Howard, I. Ray, M.D. 



Baltimore, Md. 



Geo. Washington Univ. 



Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat 

Hemminger, Earl W., M.D. Ellicott City, Md. 
Kleiman, Bernard S., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 
Michael, Thomas, D., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 



University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Jeferson Medical College 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



115 



Basic Sciences in General Practice 



Anniko, Paul H., M.D. 
Arrabal, Carlos E., M.D. 
Bird, Joseph G., M.D. 
Blair, Emil, M.D. 
Blechman, Abram J., M.D. 
Blum, Joseph S., M.D. 
BoRGES, Francis J., M.D. 
BossARD, John W., M.D. 
Bronushas, Jos. B., M.D. 
Chambers, Robert G., M.D. 
Conway, William M., M.D. 
Cook, Elmer E., Jr., M.D. 
Cowley, R. Adams, M.D. 
CuNNiCK, Paul C, M.D. 
D'Antonio, Joseph, M.D. 
Del Campo, Augustin, M.D. 
Dunn, George M., M.D. 
Erwin, John J., M.D. 
Esch, Victor H., M.D. 
Faraino, Frank A., M.D. 
Fitzgerald, Joseph C, M.D 
Fleming, Arthur Ray, M.D, 
Frenkil, James, M.D. 
Friedman, Joseph, M.D. 

FUTTERMAN, PeRRY, M.D. 

Goldberg, Raymond B., 

M.D. 
Gottlieb, Sinclair S., M.D. 
Hadidian, Calvin Y., M.D. 



Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Glen Burnie, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Davenport, Iowa 
Baltimore, Md, 
Havana, Cuba 
Washington, D. C. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Washington, D. C. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Jane Lew, W. Va. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 
Beirut, Lebanon 



Hamberry, Leonard G., Baltimore, Md. 

M.D. 
Healy, John C, M.D. Baltimore, Md. 

Hightower, John Allen, Baltimore, Md. 

M.D. 
Jennings, Erwin R., M.D. Milledgeville, Ga. 
Kernahan, Wm. T., Jr., Chicago, 111. 

M.D. 
KuDERKA, Justin, M.D. 



KuziN, MiNO, M.D. 
Lambros, Byruth Lenson, 

M.D. 
Lane, Julian S., M.D. 
Lerchis, Arnold, M.D. 
MacGibbon, John B., M.D. 
Maculans, Edgar M., M.D. 
Michael, Thomas D., M.D. 
Massenburg, George Y., 

Jr., M.D. 
Nelson, Alfred S., M.D. 
Panico, Frederick G., 

M.D. 
Parker, Robert T., M.D. 
Parrott, Frank S., M.D. 
Penton, R. Sim, M.D. 
Quiring, Constants D., 

M.D. 
Ramirez, Rafael V., M.D. 
Rever, William B., Jr., 

M.D. 



Baltimore, Md. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Lexington Park, Md. 
Henryton, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Henryton, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Macon, Ga. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Atlantic City, N. J. 

Towson, Md. 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Wetumpka, Ala. 
Manila, Philippines 

Corozal, Puerto Rico 
Baltimore, Md. 



Univ. of Tartu, Estonia 
Univ. of Havana, Cuba 
University of Maryland 
University of Georgia 
Medical College of Virginia 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Duke University 
Loyola of Chicago 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Iowa State Univ. 
University of Maryland 
Univ. of Havana, Cuba 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Geo. Washington Univ. 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Temple University 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 

Univ. of Vienna, Austria 
A merican University of Bei- 
rut 
University of Maryland 

University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 

University of Maryland 
Northwestern Univ. 

Vytautas De Great, Lithu- 
ania 
Charles Univ., Prague 
University of Maryland 

New York Univ. 
Univ. of Riga, Latvia 
Univ. of New Zealand 
Univ. of Riga, Latvia 
Jeferson Medical College 
University of Maryland 

Univ. of Minnesota 
Univ. of Pennsylvania 

Johns Hopkins Univ. 
University of Maryland 
Johns Hopkins Univ. 
Univ. of Philippines 

Tulane Univ. 
University of Maryland 



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Basic Sciences m General Practice, continued 
ScHMALZ, Arthur H., Jr., Lincoln, Nebraska 

M.D. 
Scott, Roger D., M.D. 
Smith, Sol, M.D. 
Steinbach, Stanley, M.D 
Tan, Seng-Ngo, M.D. 
Tkaczuk, Illa, M.D. 
Walker, Leslie A., M.D. 
Wallenstein, Leonard, 

M.D. 
Warren, John M., M.D. 
Williams, Charles H., 

M.D. 
Workman, Joseph B., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 

Experimental Surgery 

From Baltimore City Hospitals 
Faraino, Frank A., M.D. 
Kernaham, Wm. T., Jr., 

M.D. 
Lattimore, Thomas J., Jr., 

M.D. 
Panico, Frederick G., 
M.D. 
From Mercy Hospital 
Hamberry, Leonard G., 

M.D. 
Rever, William B., Jr., 
M.D. 
From St. Joseph^s Hospital 
NiPKOw, Hans, M.D. 



Miami, Florida 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Manila, Philippines 
Baltimore, Md. 
Providence, R. I. 
Baltimore, Md, 

Laurel, Md. 
Pikesville, Md. 



Baltimore, Md. 
Chicago, 111. 

Macon, Georgia 

Atlantic City, N. J. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Baltimore, Md. 



University of Maryland 

University oj Maryland 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Univ. of Philippines 
Univ. Innsbruck, Austria 
University of Rochester 
University of Maryland 

University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 

University of Maryland 



University of Maryland 
Northwestern Univ. 

University of Georgia 

University of Pennsylvania 

University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 



Ludwig Maxmilian 
Munich 



Univ. 



EXTRAMURAL POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 

Physicians Attending Postgraduate Seminar Given for the Maryland 
Academy of General Practice at University Hospital 
December 6, 1951 



Edward J. Alessi, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 

Walter A. Anderson, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

Philibert Artigiani, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

Eugene I. Baumgartner, M.D., Oakland, 
Maryland 

Willaim D. Brainin, M.D., Capitol 
Heights, Maryland 

John D. Bubert, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 

George E. Burgtorf, M.D., Ellicott City, 
Maryland 

Katharine A. Chapman, M.D., Kensing- 
ton, Maryland 

John Costantini, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 

Charles P. Crimy, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

W. B. CuLWELL, M.D., Mt. Airy, Mary- 
land 

W. C. Curtis, M.D., San Angelo, Texas 



J. Ben Dorogi, M.D., Cardiff, Maryland 

Robert E. Ensor, M.D., Chester town, 
Maryland 

Robert E. Farber, M.D., Sparrows Point, 
Maryland 

James Frenkil, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 

Joseph Friedman, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 

Sigmund Goldberg, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

George J. Hageage, M.D., Cottage City, 
Maryland 

A. B. Hughes, M.D., Baltimore, Maryland 

Lauriston L. Keown, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

Lewis A. Klein, M.D., Washington, D. C. 

Bender B. Kneisley, M.D., Hagerstown, 
Maryland 

George A. Knipp, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 

Harry L. Knipp, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 



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117 



Stephen C. Mackowiak, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

Stephen Lee Magness, M.D., Catonsville, 
Maryland 

Lawrence Maryanov, M.D., Cambridge, 

_Maryland __ _ 

Fern E. McAllister, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

B. A. MoxNESS, M.D., Chevy Chase, Mary- 
land 

J. W. Myerowitz, M.D., Baltimore, Mary- 
land 

Nathan E. Needle, M.D., Baltimore, 
Maryland 

Eugene F. Nevy, M.D., Dundalk, Mary- 
land 

SroNEY Novenstein, M.D., Funkstown, 
Maryland 

Charles F. O'Donnell, M.D., Towson, 
Maryland 



Harold B. Plummer, M.D., Preston, 

Maryland 
Louis J. Pratt, M.D., Towson, Maryland 
H. O. RoBBiNS, M.D., Berlin, Maryland 
H. W. ScHEYE, M.D., Baltimore, Maryland 
L. R. Schoolman, M.D., Frederick, Mary- 
land 
Wm. S. Seymour, M.D., Easton, Maryland 
Walter H. Shealy, M.D., Sharpsburg, 

Maryland 
R. Kent) Shirley, M.D., Smithsburg, 

Maryland 
Benj. I. Siegel, M.D., Pikesville, Mary- 
land 
W. Glenn Speicher, M.D., Westminster, 

Mar>'land 
F. J. Tow-nsend, Jr., M.D., Ocean City, 

Maryland 
John P. Urlock, Jr., M.D., Baltimore, 

Maryland 
Hugh W. Ward, M.D., Owings, Maryland 
John M. Warren, M.D., Laurel, Maryland 



Willard a. Parson, M.D., Halethorpe, Ira M. Zimmerman, M.D., WilUamsport, 
Maryland ^ Maryland 



SUMMARY OF STUDENTS 

September 20, 1951 to June 7, 1952 
Medical Students Male 

Senior Class 94 

Juni r Class 92 

Sophomore Class 89 

Freshman Class 100 

Medical Students 375 

Intramural Post-Graduate Students ^Z 

Extramural Post-Graduate Students 49 



Female 


Total 


3 


97 


2 


94 


6 


95 


4 


104 


15 


390 


4 


87 


2 


51 



507 



21 



528 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS 



September 20, 1951 to June 7, 1952 



California 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 



1 

5 

4 

3 

Florida 10 

Georgia 5 

Illinois 3 

Indiana 1 

Kansas 1 

Maine 3 

Maryland 244 



Massachusetts . 
Missouri . 
Montana . 
Nebraska . 
Nevada . . 



New Jersey 7 

New York 3 

North Carolina 19 

North Dakota 1 

Ohio 12 

Pennsylvania 14 

Rhode Island 1 

South Carolina 3 

Utah 7 

Virginia 1 

Washington 4 

West Virginia 21 

Wisconsin 1 

United States Possessions 

Puerto Rico 9 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 1952-1953 
(Term beginning July 1, 1952 and ending June 30, 1953) 

President 

James T. Marsh, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents 

Frank N. Ogden, M.D. Eugene Baumgartner, M.D. William Fisher, M.D. 
Simon Brager, M.D., Secretary Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Assistant 

Secretary 
MiNETTE E. Scott, Executive Secretary Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Treasurer 



Board of Directors 
Daniel J. Pessagno, M.D., Chairman 
James T. Marsh, M.D. 
Simon Brager, M.D. 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
George H. Yeager, M.D. 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 
Thomas K. Galvin, M.D. 

Nominating Committee 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., M.D., 

Chairman 
Frank K. Morris, M.D. 
David Tenner, M.D. 
Arthur Siwenski, M.D. 
Gibson J. Wells, M.D. 



Library Committee 
Milton S. Sacks, M.D. 

Representatives to General Alumni Board 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
John A. Wagner, M.D. (Alternate) 

Representative, Editorial Board, Bulletin 
Harry C. Hull, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
James T. Marsh, M.D., (ex-officio) 

Hospital Council 
Alfred T. Gundry, M.D. 
George F. Sargent, M.D. 

Alumni Council 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 
Lewis F. Gundry, M.D. 



ENDOWMENT FUND 

The following constitute the Board of Trustees of this Fund: 



Arthur M. Shipley, Chairman 
Robertson Griswold 
Harry Clifton Byrd 
Albert Burns 



H. Boyd Wylie, Secy.-Treas. 

Charles Reid Edwards 

Horace E. Flack 

W. Conwell Smith 



William P. Cole Jr. 



This Board is incorporated by act of the Legislature of the State, its legal title 
being "The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland," 
and is independent and self-perpetuating. Its powers are limited to the expendi- 
ture of the interest derived from the various funds, which is applied as directed by 
donors for the benefit of the University. Contributions, donations and bequests 
are solicited from Alumni and friends. They may be made to the general or Uni- 
versity Fund, to the Medical Fund or to any other department of the University. 
If intended for the School of Medicine, they may be given to the general medical 
fund or to some special object, as building, research, Hbrary, pathology, hospital, 
publication, laboratories, gymnasium, scholarship, medal, prize, etc., in which 
case the wishes of the donor will be strictly regarded. Checks should be made 
payable to The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland, 
H. Boyd Wylie, Treasurer, Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 



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FORMS OF DEVISE OR BEQUEST 

To Endowment Fund 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University 
of Maryland, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the 
benefit of the Faculty of Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 

To School of Medicine 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Regents of the University of Maryland, a corporation 
incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the benefit of the Faculty of 
Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe prop)erty) 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The University of Maryland School of Nursing offers two programs of 
study: 1. A Basic Professional Program consisting of four calendar years 
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and 2. A Basic 
Program consisting of three calendar years leading to the Diploma in 
Nursing. 

The Basic Professional Program extends over a period of four years. Stu- 
dents in this program complete two academic years of study on the College 
Park campus and the remaining two years on the Baltimore campus. Grad- 
uates of this curriculum are prepared for first-level positions in hospital 
nursing and as beginner-practitioners under supervision in public health 
nursing. 

Graduates who have completed a minimum of two years of college work 
in other approved colleges may be admitted to this program. 

The Basic Program extends over a three year period. This prepares the 
graduate for general nursing practice in hospitals or homes. 

Graduates of either program are eligible to take the Maryland State 
Board Examinations for nurses. 

The School of Nursing makes every effort to conform to the catalogue 
announcements, never-the-less the School reserves the right to adapt these 
programs to current needs. 

For information regarding admissions, address inquiries to the Dean of 
the School of Nursing, University of Maryland, Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was established 1899 and incorporated 
on December 23, 1901. It is an integral part of Mercy Hospital and is under the 
same government. It is accredited by the Maryland State Board of Examiners 
of Nurses and the National Nursing Accrediting Service. 

The University of Maryland, and Mount Saint Agnes College, in affiliation with 



120 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, offer a five year combined academic and 
nursing program. The completion of this course entitles the student to the degree 
of Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland and Mount Saint Agnes 
College, and to the diploma of the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing. 

Mercy Hospital affords exceptional advantages for the education of nurses. 
It is a general hospital containing 348 beds, and offers opportunities for a thorough 
and varied experience. By its institutional affiliation with the University of Mary- 
land it secures professors who give to the student the results of their training and 
experience in the fields of the medical and related sciences. 



SUBJECT INDEX 

Administrative Officers 7 

Admission, Application for 53 

Requirements for 53 

Advisory Board of the Faculty 8 

Advisory Committee 9 

Alumni Association, officers of 118 

Anaesthesiology, Department of 68 

Anatomy, Department of 68 

Developmental 69 

Gross 69 

Microscopic 69 

Neuro 69 

Surgical 69 

Application, for admission 53 

for advanced standing 53 

Art, Department of, as applied to medicine 69 

Assistant(s), Faculty, Listing of 19 

Research 23 

Associates, Faculty, Alphabetic Listing of 14 

Awards offered 62 

Won 105 

Bacteriology and Immunology, Dept. of 70 

Baltimore City Hospitals, Staff of 45 

Facilities at 51 

Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital Facilities 52 

Bequests, Forms for 119 

Biological Chemistry, Dept. of 70 

Biostatistics, course in (see hygiene and pubHc health) 75 

Board, Advisory, Faculty 8 

Board of Regents 7 

Buildings and Facilities 49 

Calendar, Academic 1952-53 5 

of days, months, etc 4 

of post graduate training 97 

Cardiology, Division of 71 

Certificates, for National and State Boards 62 

qualifying. State 55 and 60 

Clinic, Medical care, Mercy 44 

University 34 

Clinical Pathology, Dept. of 71 

Combined courses, Arts and Sciences with Medicine 55 

Committee, Advisory 9 

Executive, University Hospital 25 

Courses, Organization of . . 67 to 96 

Post Graduate 97 

Curriculum, Organization of 67 to 96 

Dates, opening, closing, examinations, registration, etc 5 

121 



122 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Degrees, Combined 55 

Dentistry, Dept. of 72 

Departments, Teaching (see alphabetic hsting) 68 to 96 

Dermatology and Syphilolog}', Dept. of 72 

Developmental Anatomy (see Anatomy) 68 

Director, Baltimore City Hospitals 45 

University Hospital 25 

Dispensary, Building, description of 49 

Reports — Mercy 44 

University Hospital 34 

Staff— Mercy 40 

University Hospital 29 

Embryology (see Anatomy) 68 

Emeriti 8 

Endowment Fund 119 

Equipment, required for students 59 

Examination (s), Eye; before admission 60 

National and State Board 

Rules governing 62 

Executive Committee, University Hospital 25 

Eye Examination for Freshmen 60 

Faculty of Medicine, Listing of 9 

Advisory Committee of 9 

Board, Advisory, Members of 8 

Fellows, Listing of 21 

Fees, Activity and Services 57 

Lodging and meals at City Hospitals 57 

Payment of 57 

Penalty for non-payment of 57 

Refund of 62 

Re-examination 57 

Services 57 

Forms, for bequests 1 19 

Fund(s), Endowment 118 

Loan 66 

Gastro-Enterology, Dept. of 73 

Genito Urinary Surgery, Dept. of ^See Urology) 95 

Geographic distribution of students 117 

Grading system 59 

Graduates, Listing of 104 

Graduation, Rules governing 59 

Gynecology, Dept. of 73 

Health, Student 58 

Histology (see Anatomy) 68 

History of the Medical School 48 

History of Medicine, Dept. of 74 

Holidaj' s. Calendar of 5 

Honors awarded 105 

Hospital(s), Baltimore City, Staff of 45 

Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat 52 

Kernan, Staff of 47 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 123 

Mercy, Advisory board of 35 

Board of Governors of 35 

Buildings and Facilities at 51 

Dispensary, Report for 44 

Intern Staff 40 

Resident and Intern Staff 40 

Staff of 40 

University, Director 25 

Out Patient Report for 34 

Executive Committee of 25 

Out Patient Department 29 

Resident and Intern Staff 28 

Staff of 25 

Housing, for students 61 

Hygiene and Public Health, Dept. of 74 

Index of names 126 

Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Dept. of 75 

Instructors, faculty. Listing of 16 

Interns, Rotating 29 

Internships, graduates of 1952 105 

Kernan Hospital for crippled children 47 

Lecturers, faculty, Listing of 16 

Legal Medicine, Dept. of 75 

Library, facihf ies 49 

regulations 61 

Staff of the 96 

Loan Funds 66 

Matriculants, September 20, 1951-June 7, 1952 107 

Meals and Lodging, Baltimore City Hospitals ■ 57 

Medical Alumni Association, Officers of 118 

Medical Care, Clinic for, at Mercy Hospital 44 

at University Hospital 34 

of students 58 

Medical School buildings, Description of 48 

History of the 48 

Medicine, Dept. of 76 

Mercy Hospital, Staff of 40 

Microscopes, Types and Requirements 59 

Names, Index of 126 

National and State Board Examinations 

Certification to 62 

Neuro Anatomy (see Anatomy) 69 

Neurological Surgery, Depc. of 78 

Neurology, Dept. of 79 

Nursing Schools at, 

Mercy Hospital 119 

University Hospital 119 

Obstetrics, Dept. of 79 

Officers, Administrative 7 

Oncology, Dept. of 81 

Ophthahnology, Dept. of 82 



124 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Organization of Curriculum 67 to 96 

Orthopaedic Surgery, Dept. of 83 

Otolaryngology, Dept. of 83 

Otology, Dept. of 84 

Outpatient Department, Mercy Hospital report 44 

University Hospital report 34 

Parking 61 

Pathology, Dept. of 84 

Pediatrics, Dept. of 85 

Pharmacology, Dept. of 87 

Physical Diagnosis, Dept. of 87 

Physiology, Dept. of 88 

Plastic Surgery, Dept. of 89 

Postgraduate Calendar 97 

Courses 97 

Lecturers 98 

Students 114 

Prizes 62 

Proctology, Dept. of 89 

Professors, alphabetic listing of 9 

Assistant, Listing of 12 

Associate, Listing of 11 

Psychiatry, Dept. of 89 

Public Health, Hygiene and 74 

Qualifying Certificates, State 56 and 60 

Re-examination, Fee for 57 

Refund of fees 62 

Registration, How Recorded 10 

Late, penalty for (see Footnote) 5 

Report, Dispensary, Mercy Hospital 44 

University 34 

Requirements for Admission 53 

Research Assistants, Listing of 23 

Residence, Definition of 56 

Roentgenology, Dept. of 91 

Rotating Internships 29 

Rooms, (see Housing) 61 

Rules, General 58 

governing admission 53 

governing advancement 59 

governing equipment 59 

governing graduation 59 

governing transcripts 61 

Library 61 

Schedules, Class 99 to 103 

Scholarships 63 

Schools, of the University 7 

of nursing, at, — 

Mercy 119 

Univ. Hosp 119 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 125 

Speech Training, Dept. of 91 

Staff, Baltimore City Hospitals 45 

Dispensary, Mercy Hospital 40 

Dispensary, University Hospital 29 

Intern, Mercy Hospital 40 

Intern, University Hospital 28 

Kernan Hospital for children 47 

Mercy Hospital 40 

Resident, Mercy Hospital 40 

Resident, University Hospital 28 

University Hospital 25 

State and National Board Examinations 

Certification to 62 

Student(s), activities, fees for 57 

Admission of 53 

Application for admission 53 

calendar of events 5 

fees 57 

Geographic distribution of, September 20, 1951-June 7, 1952 117 

health 58 

Postgraduate, Listing of (1951) 117 

Qualifying certificates. State 55 

requirements for admission 53 

Re-examination, Fee for 57 

Resident status, explained 56 

Summary of, September 20, 1951-June 7, 1952 Il7 

Surgery, Dept. of 92 

Plastic, Dept. of 89 

Thoracic, Dept. of 95 

Syphilology, (see Dermatology) 72 

Thoracic Surgery, Dept. of 95 

Transcripts, Cost of 61 

Rules relating to 61 

Tropical Medicine, Division of 95 

Tuberculosis, Division of 95 

University Hospital 25 

Urology, Dept. of 95 

Withdrawals, and Refunds 62 

X-Ray, Dept. of 91 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Abramovitz. Leonard. 46 

Abrams, Robert C, 19, 32, 83 

Abrams, Samuel Joseph, 111 

Acton, Conrad B., 14, 30, 76, 85 

Adams, Charles Baird, Jr., 29, 104, 105, 107 

Adams, Elizabeth A., 23, 90 

Adams, Thurston R., 12, 26, 32, 45, 75, 89, 92, 94, 

Adelstein, Benjamin A., 29, 104, 105, 107 

Adkins, Charles Glen, 104, 105 

Agee, FredB., 19 

Ahlquist, Richard E., Jr., 104, 105, 107 

Aisenberg, Myron S., 9, 27, 72 

Albrecht, John George, 112 

Alderman, George C, Jr., 29, 104, 105, 107 

Algire, G. Watson, 7 

Alessi, Edward J., 116 

Alvarez, Jose A., 19 

Amberson, William R., 8, 9, 88 

Andersch, Marie A., 12, 71, 76, 98 

Anderson, A. Russell, 16, 90 

Anderson, George W., 47 

Andrews, James William, 104, 105, 107 

Anderson, Walter A., 116 

Angelo, John J., 19,89 

Anita, Sister M., 40 

Anniko, Paul H., 115 

Ansberry, Merle, 11, 33, 91 

Arnold, James G., Jr., 8, 11, 25, 26, 36, 45, 78, 9! 

Arp, Louis Croft, Jr., 109 

Arrabal, Carlos E., 115 

Arthur, Robert K., 28 

Artigiani, Philibert, 116 

Ashman, Leon, 14, 42, 76, 87 

Atkins, Raymond Melvin, 104, 105, 107 

Ault, Virginia Lee, 111 

Ayd, Frank J., Jr., 42 

Bacharach, David, 16, 72 

Bacon, A. Maynard, Jr., 19, 86 

Baer, George Kohler, 112 

Baetjer, Walter A., 8 

Baggott, BartusT.,38 

Bagley, Charles, Jr., 9, 36, 41, 45, 47 

Bagley, Charles, III, 28 

Baird, William W., 28 

Baitch, Arthur, 111 

Bakal, Daniel, 104, 105, 107 

Baker, J. Tyler, 14, 80 

Baker, Timothy D., 29, 104, 105, 107 

Balcerzak, Stanley Paul, Jr., 112 

Balchun, Nancy M., 19, 69 

Baldwin, Richard Moffett, 109 

Baldwin, Ruth W., 16,31,86 

Ball, James John, 112 

Ballard, Margaret B., 14, 33, 80 

Banks, James Leroy, Jr., 109 

Barczak, Edward M., 40 

Barksdale, Nancy, 40 

Barnett, Charles P., 14,85 



Barnett, Donald J., 12, 27, 31, 91 
Barnett, Robert Maitland, Jr., 112 
Barr, John William, 111 
Barry, Jeanne Ann, 16, 88 
Bastian, Grace Arlene, 109 
Batyi, Lorraine, 96 
118 Bauer, Robert E., 14, 29. 77, 98 

Bauernschub, George Marbry, Jr., Ill 

Baumgartner, Eugene L, 116, 118 

Beach, Robert William, III, 111 

Beacham, Edmund G., 14, 46, 76, 87 

Bechtold, Jean Carol, 111 

Beck, George Henry, 109 

Beck, Harry McB., 16, 19, 33, 39, 43, 73, 8( 

Beck, Harvey G., 8, 37 

Behr, Eleanor, 39 

Bell, Frederick K., 21, 87 

Benitez-Van Rhyn, Eugenio Enrique, 112 

Berblinger, Klaus W., 16, 90 

Berck, Beverly Jean, 111 

Bereston, Eugene S., 12, 26, 30, 37, 42, 72 

Berger, Maryanne E., 23 

Bergofsky, Edward Harold, 104, 105, 107 

Berkeley, Scott Bruce, Jr., 109 

Berkow, Robert, 109 

Bernadette, Mother M., 35 

Bernardo, Anthony A., Ill 

Bernston, Dale Rampston, HI 

Berrios, Osvaldo, 104, 105, 107 

Berry, Robert Z., 14, 37, 43, 83 

Besson, Edwin Henry Taylor, HI 

Bestebreurtje, Annie M., 12, 26, 31, 86 

Betz, Richard Norman, 111 

Beyer, Otto Christian, 112 

Biddix, Joseph C, Jr., 9, 27, 72 

Biehl, Harold P., 19, 36, 41, 93 

Bimestefer, L. W., 47 

Bird, Joseph G., 16, 29, 30, 77, 87, 98, 115 

Bizer, Mier, 40 

Blair, Emil, 114, 115 

Blankenhom, Brigitte E., 21 

Blankman, Norman, 112 

Blaustein, Bernard D., 23 

Blazek, Charles, 29 

Blazek, Joseph C, 19, 78 

Bleakley, JaneL., 19, 69 

Blechman, Abram J., 115 

Blum, Joseph S., 115 

Blum, Louis V., 14, 29, 31, 76 

Blumenfeld, Herbert Lee, 111 

Blumenfeld, Samuel, 109 

Boehm, Jenifred S., 19 

Bogdonoff, Morton D., 46 

Boggs, James Ernest, 109 

Bokhair, L., 114 

Bongardt, Henry F., 12, 35, 36, 92 

Borden, Melvin N., 14, 31, 86 

Bordley, John, 42 

Borges, Francis J., 21, 28, 78, 115 



127 



128 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Bossard, John Wesley, 115 

Bove, Joseph Richard, 109 

Bowie, Harry C, 14, 25, 45, 69, 92, 93, 94, 98 

Bowyer, Thomas C, 16, 73 

Boyd, C. Hobnes, 46 

Boyd, Kenneth B., 14, 73, 80 

Boyle, J. Brooke, Jr., 43 

Bracken, John T., 16, 91 

Bradley, Albert Bennett, 112 

Bradley, J. Edmund, 8, 9, 25, 26, 48, 85, 97, 98 

Brady, Frank J., 14 

Brady, Leo, 12, 27, 73 

Brager, Simon H., 12, 36, 37, 41, 89, 92, 94, 118 

Brahen, Leonard S., 21, 87 

Brainin, William D., 116 

Bramble, Charles E., 14, 39, 42, 77 

Brantigan, Otto C, 8, 9, 26, 45, 68, 69, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 

98 
Brendan, Sister M., 35 
Brendle, Wm. K., 114 
Bressler, Frank C, 49 
Brickner, John C, 38, 42 
Bridges, Jack Arthur, 104, 105, 107 
Briele, Henry A., 14 
Brinkley, George Ross, Jr., 109 
Briscoe, Ruth Lee, 8 
Brittain, Lowell Ellis, 104, 105, 107 
Brody, Abraham B., 23 
Bronushas, Joseph B., 21, 28, 78, 115 
Brooks, Ann, 40 

Brooks, James Burch, 104, 105, 107 
Brooks, Ross C, 27 
Brouillet, George H., 16, 92, 98 
Brown, Ann Virginia, 16, 70 
Brown, B. Herbert, 7 
Brown, Frances C, 19 
Brown, Stuart Morton, HI 
Brown, William Morris, Jr., 104, 105, 107 
Browne, James S., 19, 28, 40 
Brumback, J. E., Jr., 16, 27, 33, 82 
Brunschwyler, Philip Craig, 112 
Brvmst, Catherine S., 23 
Brunst, V. V., 21, 68, 69 
Bryant, Samuel H., 71 
Bryson, William J., 16, 85 
Bubert, Howard M., 8, 11, 25, 30, 76, 97, 98 
Bubert, John D., 116 
Buchness, A. V., 19, 93 
Buck, George H., 8, 25, 97 
BuUard, Foster Lucius, Jr., 112 
Bullock, Allen Culpepper, Jr., Ill 
BuUuck, David Ernest, Jr., 109 
Bundick, WilUam R., 14, 30, 32, 42, 72 
Burgin, Bernard, 16, 77, 88 
Burgison, Raymond M., 8, 12, 87 
Burgtorf, George E., 116 
Burkart, Thomas Joseph, 109 
Bums, Harold H., 14, 36, 40, 92 
Bums, J. Howard, 38, 39 
Bums, John P., 29 
Butler, Nancy R., 48 
Butler, Thomas B., 35 



Buttrick, Mrs. T. Lynn, 48 
Byerly, M. Paul, 14, 76 
Byerly, Walter Houch, 109 
Byrd, Harry Clifton, 35, 118 
Byrd, Mary Frances, 21, 87 
Byrnes, Bernard Joseph, Jr., 



109 



Callaway, Enoch, Jr., 16, 90 

Cameron, Donald Chisholm, 112 

Campbell, Donald B., 28 

Capel, Neal Conrad, 112 

Caplan, Lester H., 16, 31, 86 

Cappuccio, Joseph P., 16, 27, 32, 72 

Carey, Richard A., 14 

Carey, T. Nelson, 8, 9, 25, 29, 37, 76, 98 

Carmel, Sister M., 35 

Carney, Mary Kathleen, 111 

Carr, C. Jelleflf, 8, 9, 87, 98 

Carroll, Charles Fisher, Jr., 109 

Carroll, Elizabeth, 97 

Carroll, John Edward, Jr., 104, 105, 107 

Carson, Jack Oliver, 104, 105, 107 

Carter, Donald Sweetser, 109 

Cavallaro, Joseph William, 112 

Certeza, Ernani V., 40 

Chambers, Earl L., 38 

Chambers, John W., 16, 36, 41, 79, 93 

Chambers, Robert G., 115 

Chambers, Thomas R., 11, 36, 92 

Chance, L. T., 19, 93 

Chapman, Constance, 39 

Chapman, Katharine A., 116 

Charles, Roderick Edward, 112 

Chen, Walter T., 114 

Chenowith, Robert, 98 

Cheriyan, Omana, 28 

Christensen, Osborne D., 14, 80 

Christensen, Thomas A., 16, 86 

Cianos, James N., 19, 31, 93 

Clapp, Clyde A., 8 

Clark, David B., 46 

Clarke, Cari Dame, 8, 11, 69 

Clay, William Holmes, 112 

Clayton, Raymond L., Jr., 19, 69 

Clift, John Vinton, 109 

Close, James McClay, 112 

Clute, Kenneth F., 21, 75, 86 

Clyman, Daniel, 104, 105, 107 

Coberth, M. E., 47 

Coblentz, Richard G., 8, 9, 26, 36, 45, 79 

Codington, John Bonnell, 109 

Cohen, Cecelia E., 65 

Cohen, Eari. Ill 

Cohen, Harry, 19, 33 

Cohen, Israel, 65 

Cohen, Jerome, 109 

Cohen, Jonas, 14, 29, 77 

Cohen, Jonas Kolker, 112 

Cohen, Morris M., 16, 30, 72 

Cohen, Phin, 104, 105, 108 

Cohen, Solomon, 28 

Cole, Roger Willard, 112 

Cole,WilliamP., 7, 118 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



129 



Collenberg, H, T.,39 

Collins, Julia A., 48 

Colman, Richard, 47 

Colon-Lugo, Salomon, 109 

Compton, Beverley C, 8, 12, 27, 32, 33, 45, 73, 81 

Conlon, Charles C, 35 

Conrad, Sister M., 39 

Constantini, John, 116 

Conway, William M., 115 

Cook, E. Ellsworth, Jr., 38, 42 

Cook, Elmer E., Jr., 115 

Cook, Sarah, 19 

Cooper, Donald J., 38 

Copeland, Herbert B., 16, 91 

Cordi, Joseph M., 16, 38, 42, 86 

Cornbrooks, Ernest I., Jr., 12, 25, 27, 32, 33, 73, 81, 

118 
Cornell, Roger Detlef, 112 
Cotter, Edward F., 8, 12, 25, 29, 76, 79, 98 
Covington, E. Eugene, 33, 81 
Cowan, Thomas Warner, 112 
Cowley, R. Adams, 19, 45, 93, 95, 115 
Cox, Everard Francis, 112 
Cox, John E, III, 16 
Cox, William F., Ill, 29, 77 
Coyle, Jean Marie, 111 
Crane. Pauls., 114 
Crawford, John, 49 
Crimy, Charles P., 116 
Crosby, Robert M. N., 16, 79 
Cross, Richard J., 16, 27, 32, 33, 82, 83, 98 
Cross, Sara, 40 

Culpepper, Stuart Pitner, 104, 106, 108 
Culver, Samuel H., 19,93 
Culwell, W. B., 116 
Cunnick, Paul C, 115 

Cunningham, Raymond M., 16, 32, ii, 85, 89, 93 
Curiis, Martha, 19, 34, 45 
Curtis, W. C, 116 
Cushing, J. G. N., 12, 90 

Dack, James L., 25 

Daly, Harold L., Jr., 114 

Daly, Mary Viola, 112 

Damian, Sister M., 35 

Dana, Edward R., 14, 40, 91 

Dann, Theodore Alvin, 113 

D'Antonio, Joseph, 115 

Darrell, John Joseph, 113 

Davidson, Charles N., 8, 11, 27, 31, 47, 91 

Davies, Ross, 11, 74 

Davis, Carl L., 8 

Davis, E. HoUister, 19 

Davis, George H., 16, 27, 33, 80 

Davis, John R., 16, 42, 77 

Davis, John R., Jr., 38 

Davis, Thomas Edward, 113 

Deane, Garrett E., 19, 31, 86 

De Carlo, John, Jr., 8, 12, 46, 91 

Deckert. W. Allen, 16, 32, 73, 93 

Decsi, Delma Phelps, 23 

Defendini, Efrain A., Ill 



Dehoff, JohnB., 14,29,77,87 

Deisher, Samuel W., 29 

Del Campo, Augustin, 115 

Demarco, S., Jr., 36 

Dembo, Donald Howard, 113 

Dennis, John M., 14, 27, 31, 81, 91 

de Paul, Vincent, 39 

De Vincentis, Michael L., 16, 36, 41, 93 

Devlin, Andrew Joseph, 104, 106, 108 

Dice, Kathryn, 90 

Dickey, Francis G., 14, 25, 30, 45, 73, 76, 98 

Diederichs, Henry August, 113 

Diehl, William K., 12, 27, 32, Zi, 45, 73, 81, 96, 98 

Diggs, Andrew Monroe, 104, 106, 108 

Diggs, Everett S., 12, 25, 27, 32, 33, 45, 73, 81, 98 

Di Giovanni, Anthony John, 104, 106, 108 

Dillinger, Karl A., 19 

di Paula, Anthony, 43 

Dixon, D. McClelland, 14, 27, 80, 98 

Dobbs, EdwardC.,9, 27, 72 

Dodd, William A., 16, 19, 33, 39, 43, 73, 80 

Doeller, Charles H., Jr., 16, 33, 39, 43, 73, 80 

Doemer, Wynand Francis, Jr., 109 

Doran, William Francis, 111 

Dorman, J. William, 47 

Dorogi, J. Ben, 116 

Dorsey, Brice M., 9, 26, 32, 72 

Douglas, Robert Arnold, 104, 106, 108 

Douglass, Louis H., 8, 9, 25, 27, 47, 79, 80, 98, 118 

Douglass, Robert Corl, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Dowell, Rowland J., 109 

Duffy, William C, 16, 39, 43, 73 

Dumler, John D., 109 

Dunford, William Stanley, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Dunn, George M., 115 

Dunnigan, William C, 19, 36, 41, 93 

Durlacher, Stanley H., 12, 75 

Dvorine, William, 113 

Eastland, J. Sheldon, 11, 37, 42, 76, 98 

Eaton, Jay W., 66 

Eavey, James L., 28 

Ebeling, William G., Ill, 14 

Eberling, William C, 77 

Echiandia, Jose Cecilio, 23 

Eckert, Herbert Lewis, 29, 104, 106, 108 

Edlow, Ernest S., 16, 39, 43, 73 

Edlow, Jules Bernard, 109 

Edmunds, Page, 8 

Edwards, Arthur George, 111 

Edwards, Charles Reid, 8, 9, 25, 26, 47, 92, 95, 98, 118 

Edwards, Monte, 8, 9, 26, 32, 45, 89, 92, 98 

Edwards, Ruth Page, 21, 90 

Egan, Richard F. C, 21 

Egbert, Lawrence Deems, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Ehrensberger, Ray, 10, 33, 91 

Ehrlich, Daniel, 19, 5i, 80 

Eisen, Abraham, 28 

Elderkin, Clarence E., 35 

Elgin, William Lee, Jr., 29, 104, 106, 108 

Elgin, WilUam W., 12, 89 



130 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Ellen Marie, Sister M., 35 

Ellin, Morton Jack, 111 

Elliott, Charles Stanley, 104, 106, 108 

Ellis, Francis A., 11, 26, 30, 37, 42, 72 

Engers, John Albert, Jr., 113 

Ensor, Rogert E., 116 

Epstein, Yale, 111 

Erwin, John J., 14, 38, 42, 73, 115 

Esch, Victor H., 115 

Eshelman, Joseph Chalice, 113 

Esmond, William G., 21, 71, 78 

Evans, Henry C, 35 

Evans, Theodore Edward, HI 

Eye, Harry Luke, 109 

Ezzet, Faik, 114 

Faraino, Frank, 19, 28, 40, 95, 115, 116 

Fargo, Leon K., 14, 37, 41, 95 

Farber, Robert E., 116 

Farley, Fritzl, 96 

Fassel, Mary S., 21, 87 

Fax, Betty J., 21, 90 

Fearing, William L., 14, 25, 30, 79, 98 

Feld, E. G., 16 

Feldman, Martin Jerome, 113 

Feldman, Maurice, 12, 38, 42, 73 

Feldman, Maurice, Jr., 16, 38, 42, 77 

Felton, Lloyd D., 10 

Ferber, Leon, 31 

Ferguson, Frederick P., 8, 11, 88, 98 

Feski, Joseph Paul, 104 

Field, Edward G., 17, 31, 86 

Fields, Ann, 111 

Figge, Frank H. J., 8, 10, 68, 69, 97, 98 

Filtzer, David L., 47 

Finberg, Lawrence, 46 

Fine, Jack, 104, 106, 108 

Fine, Morris A., 17 

Fineman, Jerome, 12, 38, 86 

Finesinger, Jacob E., 8, 10, 25, 26, 89, 98 

Finkelstein, A. H., 8, 11, 26, 31, 85, 98 

Firor, Hugh Valentine, 109 

Fisher, Donald E., 14 

Fisher, Joseph Paul, Jr., 106, 108 

Fisher, Russell S., 8, 10, 75, 98 

Fisher, William H., 14, 118 

Fisk, Arthur J., 23, 75 

Fitch, Charles Thomas, 111 

Fitzgerald, Joseph C, 21, 28, 78, 115 

Fitzpatrick, Vincent de Paul, Jr., 19, ii, 43, 80 

Fitzpatrick, William N., 17, 31, 90 

Flack, Horace E., 118 

Flax, Leonard Harold, 109 

Fleitzer, Marjorie R., 19, 90, 115 

Fleming, Arthur R., 40 

Flynn, Philip D., 17, 38, 42, 73, 77 

Foley, Michael Joseph, 29, 104, 106, 108 

Ford, Frank R., 47 

Forrest, Otto Norman, Jr., Ill 

Fort, Wetherbee, 12, 38, 76, 97 

Fox, Samuel L., 14, 32, 83, 88 

Framm, Daniel Herschel, 111 

Frances Louise, Sister M., 35 



Frank, Samuel Leon, 122 

Frederick, James Nelson, 113 

Freed, Malcolm Felix, 111 

Freedom, Leon, 11, 25, 30, 79 

Freeman, Irving, 14, 77 

Freimuth, Henry C, 14, 75 

Frenkil, James, 115, 116 

Frey, Edward L., Jr., 38, 42 

Freytag, Ella, 23, 75 

Friedenwald, Edgar G., 8, 38 

Friedman, Joseph, 115, 116 

Friedman, Paul N., 17, 27, 33, 82 

Frieman, Sylvan, 109 

Friskey, George Hamilton, 113 

Fritz, George Suppes, 111 

Fritz, Louis Albert, 104, 106, 108 

Froehlinger, Richard A., 35 

Funk, Audrey M., 71, 77 

Furnari, Joseph E., 14, 17, 29, 77 

Fusco, J. D., 37, 43 

Futterman, Perry O., 17, 30, 71, 77, 115 

Fruth, Richard Lawrence, HI 

Funkhouser, George Richard, 111 

Gable, Walter De Lay, 111 

Gaither, A. Bradley, 63 

Gallaher, James P.. 28 

Galloway, Charles Barton, 113 

Galloway, Enoch, III, 31 

Galvin, Gerald A., 39, 43, 73 

Galvin, Thomas K., 39, 42, 118 

Galvin, William L., 35 

Gatoey, Joseph B., 19 

Gardenier, Jean D., 23, 70 

Gardner, F. Sidney, 28 

Gardner, Maude M., 48 

Gareis, L. Calvin, 17, 27, 47, 80, 85 

Garlick, William L., 11, 36, 41, 45, 92, 94, 95 

Garlock, Frederick Adams, 109 

Garrett, Richard M., 17, 69, 93, 98 

Garrison, Joseph Shermer, III, 109 

Gaskel, Jason H., 17, 37, 41, 83 

Gauld, John Ross, 113 

Gaver, Grason W., 10, 27, 72 

Gay, Awilda, 23, 78 

Gebhardt, Robert William, 104, 106, 108 

Gehrmann, Frederica, 64 

Gelhaus, Vernon Maynard, 21, 68, 113 

Geller, Joseph J., 23 

Gelhnan, Moses, 11, 26, 32, 47, 83 

Geraghty, Frank J., 12, 25, 76 

Geraghty, William R., 19, 93 

Gerwig, John Monroe, 111 

Geser, Alvin Nathan, 21, 70 

Gessner, John Edward, HI 

Gevas, George, 109 

Gibbs, Gordon E., 8, 11, 26, 86 

Gifford, George Edmund, Jr., 113 

Gigliotti, Russell, 72 

Gilbert, Charles Richard, 19 

Gilbert, Richard A., 114 

Gilliam, Charles Franklin, 104, 106, 108 

Gillis, Andrew C, 8,38, 42 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



131 



Gillis, Francis W., 12, 37, 41, 95 

Gillotte, Joseph Patrick, 110 

Gilmore, George Travers, 113 

Ginsburg, Leon, 47 

Gislason, Paul Harold, 104, 106, 108 

Glick, Leonard Barry, 110 

Glick, Louis Michael, 111 

Glick, Samuel S., 12, 31, 86 

Glinos, Eleanor G. B., 23, 70 

Goehrs, Homer Richard, 114 

Go-Kiatsu, Frederick, 22 

Goldberg, Julian Robert, 113 

Goldberg, Raj-mond B., 115 

Goldberg, Sigmund, 116 

Goldiner, Marvin Alfred, 113 

Goldsmith, Harry, 38 

Goldsmith, Ralph Samuel, 111 

Goldstein, Albert E., 12, 84, 98, 118 

Goldstein, Marvin, 19, 77 

Goldstein, Robert Bruce, 110 

Golley, K. W., 38 

Golten, Harold, 27 

Gonzalez, Luis Felipe, 29, 104, 106, 108 

(joodman, Howard, 17, 31, 86 

Goodman, Julius, 36 

Goodman, Louis E., 17, 33 

Gore, Jay Calvin, 104, 106, 108 

Gorten, Martin K., 20, 21, 28, 86 

Goshom, Gary Swan, 113 

Gotses, Pauls., 114 

Gottlieb, Sinclair S., 115 

Govatos, George, 12, 92, 94 

Grabill, James Rodney, 104, 106, 108 

Graham, David Eric, 104, 106, 108 

Granoff, H. L., 17 

Graybeal, Clarence Edward, 104, 106, 108 

Greco, William Richard, 29, 104, 106, 108 

Green, Ellen, 39 

Greenhill, Maurice H., 8, 11, 26, 30 

Grenell, Robert G., 13, 90 

Griswold, Robertson, 118 

Gross, Earnest, 46 

Gross, Gertrude, 31 

Grubb, Robert Alvin, 104, 106, 108 

Guido, Angelina, 20, 28 

Gundry, Alfred T., 118 

Gundry, Lewis P., 11, 25, 33. 76, 98, 118 

Gunning, Jean Jacques, HI 

Gutman, Isaac, 17, 37, 41, 46, 83 

Guttmacher, Manfred S., 31 

Hachtel, Frank W,, 8, 10, 70, 98 
Hadidian, Calvin Y., 21, 95, 115 
Haines, John S., 14, 37, 41, 95 
Hageage, George J., 116 
Hamberry, Leonard G., 40, 115, 116 
Hamberry, Margaret L., 40 
Hammer, Charles John, Jr., Ill 
Haneke, August B., 35 
Hankin, Samuel J., 17, 77 
Hankins, John R., 28 
HankoEF, Leon Dudley, 104, 105, 106, 108 
Hannan, Alice R.. 43 



Hannan, Leon, 43 

Harmon, John B., 21, 87 

Hame, O. G.,8, 9, 11, 68, 69 

Hame, William G., 87 

Harris, Daniel Bernard, 113 

Harris, William Benjamin, 104, 106, 108 

Harrison, Harold E., 46 

Hartman, John Frederick, 111 

Hartman, John McMaster, 110 

Hartz, Alvin J., 14, 29, 46, 76 

Hartz, Jerome, 98 

Harvey, Harold Dewey, 111 

Harvin, Marie, 96 

Hatfield, William Henry, Jr., Ill 

Hawkins, Charles W., 17, 98 

Hawkins, Hermione Hunt, 20, 90 

Hayes, James Westcott, HI 

Hayleck, Mary L., 17, 31, 86 

Headley, William McKendree, 111 

Healy, John C, 115 

Healy, Robert F., 17, 92 

Hebb, Donald B., 17, 20, 32, 45, 89, 95 

Hecker, Alvin Wilfred, 113 

Heimer, William Lenox, 29, 104, 106, 108 

Heisse, John Wilbur, Jr., 110 

Heldrich, Frederick, 20, 31, 86 

Helfrich, Raymond F., 14, 36, 92, 94 

Helfrich, William G., 17, 25, 77, 87 

Hellen, L. Ann, 17, 71, 77 

Hendrickson, Carolyn F,, 23, 88 

Hemminger, Earl W., 114 

Henson, Kenneth Clifford, 110 

Herbert, Thomas Franklin, 110 

Herbst, Edward J., 8, 11, 70 

Herbst, Harry Herman, 113 

Herman, Nathan B., 98 

Herrmann, Ernest C, Jr., 21, 70 

Herspberger. W. Grafton, 14, 76 

Hess, Charles Franklin, 110 

Hetrick, Horace Bruce, 65 

Hibbitts, JohnT., 73 

Hicks, Hugh H., 11, 27, 72 

High tower, John A., 20, 115 

Higman, Henry Booth, 113 

Himmelfarb, Sylvia, 16, 88 

Himmelwright, George Overton, 110 

Himmler, Walter Norman, 113 

Himwich, Harold E., 16 

Hinds, Maurice E., 29 

Hirschfeld, John H., 20, 27, 46, 83 

Hitchcock, Charles M., 63 

Hoffberger, Samuel H., 35 

Hogan, John F., 13, 32, 95 

Holcombe, Robert Calkins, HI 

Holder, William Lewis, 110 

Hollander, Mark B., 17, 30, 72 

Hollister, William, Jr., 113 

Holljes, Henry W. D., 14, 29, 34, 76 

Holmes, Charles Martin, 104, 106, 108 

Holter, Edward F., 7 

Hooper, Z. Vance, 14, 30, 73 

Hopf, Edward Warren, 111 

Hopkins, John V., 20 



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Hopkins, Peter Holmes, 113 

Horine, Cyrus F., 11, 92 

Houck, Romulus Vance, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Houle, Laurent B., 114 

Houpt, William Pierre, 111 

Howard, I. Ray, 114 

Howell, Clewell, 14, 86 

Hubbard, Dorothy H., 21, 70 

Hudgins, William Baird, 104, 106, 108 

Hudson, Paul Carroll, 113 

Hudson, RoUin C, 20, 30, 77 

Hughes, A. B., 116 

Hughes, James Lewis, 113 

Hull, Harry C, 8, 10, 26, 92, 94, 95, 98, 118 

Himimel, Leonard M., 63 

Hundley, J. Mason, Jr., 8, 10, 25, 27, 32, ii, 45, 73. 81, 

98 
Hunt, June E., 23 
Hunt, Thomas Edward, Jr., Ill 
Hunter, DeWitt T., Jr., 17, 68, 104, 106, 108 
Hunter, Laurel Virginia, 29, 104, 106, 108 
Huntley, Earl Stuart, Jr., 110 
Hutchins, Elliott H., 10, 35, 36, 92, 94 
Hyatt, Irvin, 104, 106, 108 
Hyman, Calvin, 17, 92 

Iliff, Charles E., Jr., 46 

Ingalls, G. S., 31 

Inman, Conrad L., 17, 27, 37, 43, 72 

Ireland, Charles R., 40 

Isaacs, Benjamin H., 15, 37, 43, 83 

Iwantsch, Alfred Edmund, 113 

Jacobson, Meyer W., 15, 30, 76 

Jaflfe, Albert, 11, 86 

Jaffe, Marvin, 21, 31, 90 

James, Walter Edward, 113 

Jennings, Erwin R., 20, 28, 115 

Jennings, F. L., 10, 36, 92 

Jeppi, Joseph V., 36, 43, 82 

Jerardi, Joseph V., 15, 36, 41, 92, 94 

Jewett, Hugh J., 15, 45, 95 

Johnson, Edward S., 11, 92 

Johnson, Elizabeth, 39 

Johnson, J. Paul, Jr., 28 

Johnson, Wedon, 11 

Jones, Everett D., 20, 32, 37, 41, 46, 83 

Jones, Henry Albert, Jr., 110 

Jones, Richard Arvin, 111 

Jones, Rosella Edith, 111 

Jones, Thomas Lawson, 110 

Josephs, David, 38, 42 

Joslin, C. Loring, 10, 26, 85 

Juliena, Sister M., 40 

Judge, Walter Francis, 110 

Kader, Marshall I., 17 

Kaese, Werner Erich, 110 

Kallins, Edward S., 30, 77 

Kaltreider, Frank D., 8, 11, 27, 47, 79, 98 

Kammer, William H.. Jr., 17, 38, 42, 77 

Kandel. Arthur, 20 



Kane, Harry F., 17, 39, 43, 73 

Kaplan, Irvin Bernard, HI 

Kaplan, Louis L., 7 

Kappelman, Murray Martin, 113 

Kardash, Theodore, 17, 22, 32, 33, 45, 73. 80, 85, 98 

Karfgin, Arthur, 15, 38, 42, 76 

Karfgin, Walter, 15, 77 

Karlinsky, Leo, 64 

Kam, William Nicholas, Jr., 110 

Kams, Clyde F., 17, 92 

Karns, James R., 8, 13, 25, 29, 58, 76, 85 

Kayser, Fayne A., 11, 37, 43, 83 

Keefe, Raymond Bernard, 111 

Keefe, William Peter, 113 

Keegan, James Thomas, 113 

Keigler, Norma Mary, 23, 70 

Keller, Franklin Lloyd, 104, 106, 108 

Kelley, Vernon C, 20, 33, 80 

Kellogg, W. K.,66 

Kemick, Irvin B., 17, 30, 77 

Kemler, Joseph I., 15, 36, 82 

Keown, Lauriston L., 17, 77, 88, 116 

Kemahan, William T., Jr., 32, 48, 115, 116 

Kessler, Gerald, 22, 70 

Kiel, August, Jr., 20, 22, 28, 40, 79 

Kiester, Thomas Edward, 111 

Kilby, Walter L., 8, 10, 25, 27, 31, 91 

Kimmel, Louis Edward, Jr., 113 

King, Daniel Denoon, Jr., 113 

King, Joseph, 46 

Kingsbury, Robert Coburn, 110 

Kirby, William Henry, Jr., 113 

Kirk, Florence R., 96 

Kirkpatrick, Crawford N., 46 

Kiser, William Sites, 110 

Kitlowski, Edward, 8, 10, 31, 36, 41, 45, 47, 89, 91 

Kitts, Albert W., 15 

Kleiman, Bernard S., 114 

Klein, Lewis A., 116 

Klemkowski, Irvin P., 20, 33, 80 

Kline, Frank Menefee, 104, 106, 108 

Klohr, Edward Smith, Jr., Ill 

Klugman, Yale Lee, 113 

Knapp, Hubert C, 38 

Kneisley, Bender B., 116 

Knell, Joseph Anthony, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Knight, Arthur Clyde, 110 

Knipp, George A., 116 

Knipp, Harry L., 116 

Knofts, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., Ill 

Knotts, E. Paul, 7 

Knowles, F. Edwin, 8, 9, 13, 25, 27, 33, 36, 92, 98 

Kochman, Leon A., 17, 30, 77, 87 

Kohl, Schuyler G., 17 

Koons, Charles Ronald, 113 

Koontz, Amos, 45, 94 

Krager, John Martin, 104, 106, 108 

Krahl, Vernon E., 8. 11, 68, 69, 98 

Kramer, Howard C, 28 

Kramer, Irvin, 104, 106, 108 

Kramer, Morton David, 113 

Krantz, John C, Jr., 8, 9, 10, 87, 97, 98 

Krause, Louis A. M., 8, 10, 25, 37, 46, 74, 76, 97, 98 



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Kreig, Edward L. J., 17, 85 

Kremen, A., 17, 82 

Krieger, Morton Morris, 104, 106, 108 

KroU, Louis B., 15 

Krone, William Frank, Jr., 113 

Kudirka, Justin, 115 

Kuzin, Mino, 115 

Kyper, Frederick T,, 11, 26, 27, 46, 83 

La Forge, Elizabeth, 15, 90 

Lambert, Robert Young, 110 

Lambros, Byruth Lenson, 115 

Lancaster, Robert Gregory, 113 

Landowne, Milton, 46 

Lane, Julian S., 115 

Langeluttig, H. Vernon, 13, 37, 46, 76 

Langenf elder, Henry E., 28 

Langrall, Harrison Morton, Jr., 110 

Lapp, Herbert Walter, 124 

Laster, Ann McNicholas, 23, 86 

Lattimore, Thomas J., Jr., 116 

Lauer, Raymond M., 20, 30, 77 

Lavine, Stanford A., Ill 

Lavenstein, Arnold F., 17, 31, 86, 98 

Lavy, Norman Wilbur, 113 

Lazauskas, Algert P., 17 

Leach, C. Edward, 13, 25, 30, 76, 98 

Lederman, Alfred S., 20, 73 

Lee, Benjamin Buck, 124 

Legge, Kenneth D., 10, 37, 41, 95 

Legian, Samuel, 15, 76, 87 

Leigh ton, Herbert Houck, 124 

Leigh ton, Richard Frederick, 113 

Leipold, Ernest Adam, Jr., 113 

Lerchis, Arnold, 115 

Lerman, Lee R., 20, 30, 72 

Lerner, Philip F., 8, 13, 38, 42, 79 

Leslie, Franklin E., 17, 77, 88 

Levicus, Herbert, Jr., 20, 29, 78 

Levin, H. Edmund, 15, 70 

Levin, Herbert Joseph, 111 

Levin, Manuel, 30 

Levine, Hilbert Merrill, 111 

Levine, Robert Lee, 110 

Levy, David Alfred, 111 

Levy, Kurt, 15, 29, 76 

Lewandoski, Anthony Adam, 113 

Lieberman, Alfred T., 46 

Lightbody, Charles Harry, 104, 106, 108 

Lindenberg, Richard, 15, 75 

Ling, Johnson S. L., 22, 87 

Lippitt, Gordon Leslie, 22 

Lipsitz, Sidney Melbourne, 113 

Lisanski, Ephraim T., 13, 25, 26, 31, 76, 85, 90, 

Locher, R. W., 11, 36, 92 

Lock, Berton V., 20, 77 

Loechel, William E., 68 

Loewald, Hans W., 13, 31, 89 

Loker, F. Ford, 17, 36, 41, 93, 94 

Long, Edgar F., 7 

Long, W. Newton, Jr., 47 

Long, William B., 15 

Longo, Frank Walter, 113 



Longo-Cordero, Rafael, 110 

Looff, David Henry, 111 

Looper, Edward A., 8, 10, 26, 27, 47, 83, 84 

Looper, John W., Jr., 29 

Loughney, Frances V., 44 

Love, Robert George, 104, 106, 108 

Love, William S., Jr., 8, 11, 25, 76, 98 

Lovejoy, Arthur O., 7 

Levitt, William V., Jr., 15, 75, 98 

Lu, Go, 22, 87 

Lutz, JohnF.,8, 13, 68, 69 

Lyden, Robert J., 40 

Lynn, William D., 31, 93 

MacAllister, Fern E., 20, 90, 117 

MacGibbon, John B., 115 

Mack, H. Patterson, 15, 68, 69 

Mackowiak, Stephen C, 117 

Maculans, Edgar M., 115 

Madge, Gordon Evans, 110 

Maginnis, Helen L, 17, 32, 73 

Magness, Stephen L., 117 

Magladery, J. W., 46 

Magruder, William M., 28 

Mansberger, Arlie R., Jr., 28 

Mansdorfer, G. Bowers, 15, 38, 42, 86 

Mansfield, W. Kenneth, Jr., 20, 80 

Marburg, Rudolph, 31 

Marek, Charles B., 17, 32, 73 

Margolin, Joseph B., 23 

Markley, Doris H., 23 

Markowitz, Milton, 46 

Marrazzi, Amedeo S., 16, 87 

Marriott. Henry J. L., 8, 13, 38, 42, 76 

Marsh, James T., 118 

Martin, Clarence W., 20, 33, 80 

Maryanov, Lawrence, 117 

Maseritz, I. H., 15, 37, 41, 83 

Massenburg, George Y., 28, 114, 115 

Matchar, Joseph Charles, 20, 78, 88 

Mathews, Marion W., 17, 31, 90 

Mathews, William Allen, 104, 105, 106, 108 

Mawhinney, Charles, Jr., Ill 

Maxson, Charles W., 11, 36, 92 

May, Ruth, 40 

Mays, Howard B., 13, 26, 32, 45, 85, 95, 98 

McCafferty, Robert E., 17, 68, 69 

McCarthy, Harry B., 48 

McClafferty, William J., 15, 75 

McCormick, Charles P., 7 

McCracken, Jesse William, 110 

McCrumb, Fred R., Jr., 98 

McElroy, James W., 35 

McElwain, Howard B., 20, 36, 93 

McFadden, Archibald Weems, 110 

McFaul, William N., Jr., 36 

McGonigle, John Jerome, Jr., HI 

McGowan, John Peter, 113 

McGrady, Charles W., Jr., 28 

McGrady, Kathleen R., 28 

McHenry, D. J., 17, 2,Z, 82 

Mclntyre, David Beck, 113 



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McKay, John Nelson, 104, 106, 108 

McKenzie, \V. Raymond, 13, 37, 83 

McLaughlin, Francis J., 17, 90 

McLean, George, 13, 37, 72, 76 

McMillin, Parker J., 45 

McNally, Hugh B., 13, 27, 39, 80, 81. 98 

McNinch, James R., 20 

McNinch, James R., Jr., 28 

Mech, Karl F., 13, 31, 68, 69, 85 

Medina, Jose, 18 

Meierhof, Edward L., 66 

Mendelsohn, Ronald Edward, 110 

Mendelson, Jack Harold, 23, 113 

Menon, P. Govinda, 28 

Meranski, Israel P., 18, 38, 42 

Mercado, Raul, Jr., 28 

Merkel, Walter C., 11, 39, 84 

Merrill, George G., 15, 25, 38, 42, 79 

Metcalf, John William, Jr., 110 

Meyer, Mary, 39 

Michael, Thomas D., 20, 27, 28, 32, 83, 114, 115 

Michaelis, Moritz, 21, 90 

Middle ton, Benjamin Martin, 110 

Might, James Edward, 110 

Mikoloski, Vincent Stanley, Jr., 113 

Miksinski, B. W., 47 

Miles, Leslie Roy, 110 

Millan, Lyle J., 15, 26, 32 

Miller, George Henry, 110 

Miller, James P., 18, 26, 32, 47, 83 

Miller, John H., 46 

Miller, Joseph M., 16, 92 

Miller, Norman Louis, 110 

Miller, Stanley, 18, 71, 77 

Mintzer, Donald W., 18, 29, 77 

Mitchell, George W., 37 

Mooney, Albert Lee, 113 

Moore, Hilda E., 96 

Moore, Kirk, 20, 36, 41, 93 

Moore, Robert A., Jr., 40 

Moores, J. Duer, 18, ii, 81, 92 

Morales-Vila, Eduardo Manuel, 28 

Morgan, Zachariah, 8, 13, 73 

Morningstar, George Leo, 113 

Morris, Frank K., 15, 39, 42, 73, 118 

Morrison, J. Huff, 15, 27, 5Z, 80 

Morrison, Samuel, 11, 25, 73, 76, 98 

Morrison, Theodore H., 8, 10, 73 

Morse, Leonard Jack, 113 

Morton, Allen W., 35 

Moss, Irwin H., 23, 111 

Mossberg, William H., 18, 79 

Moxness, B. A., 117 

Mueller, Charles Herbert, Jr., 112 

Mueller, Eugene Alexander, 112 

Mueller, Paul Godfrey, 113 

MuUer, S. Edwin, 15, 38, 41, 42, 44, 76 

Murdock, Anne, 39 

Murdock, Harry M., 13, 89 

Murphy, John Daily, 112 

Muse, Joseph E., Jr., 18, 77 

Musser, Ruth, 18, 87 

Myerowitz, J. W., 117 



Myers, Carl F., 77, 88 
Myers, J. Carl, 20, 77 
Myers, John A., 18, 77 

Nafzinger, Moses Leroy, 112 

Nangle, Gerald Francis, 112 

Nataro, Frank Robert D'Anneo, 113 

Needle, Nathan E., 117 

Neeley, James Patton, Jr., 113 

Nelson, Alfred S., 115 

Nelson, Alfred T., 10, 46 

Nelson, James W., 11, 36, 42, 92, 94 

Nelson, S. Page, 35 

Nevy, Eugene F., 117 

Newell, H. Whitman, 8, 11, 26, 30, 89, 98 

Newkirk, Meigs Albert, 113 

Nichols, Pomeroy, Jr., 22, 79 

Niermann, William A., 28 

Nipkow, Hans, 114, 116 

Nolan, James J., 18, 30, 38, 42, 77 

Nork, Kurt H., 25, 29 

Novenstein, Sidney, 117 

Novey, Riva Esther, 110 

Novey, Samuel, 18, 31, 90 

Noya, Joseph, 107 

Nuttall, Ernest B., 10, 27, 72 

Nuttle. Harry H., 7 

O'Connor, John A., 36 

O'Donnell, Charles F., 42, 117 

Ogden, Frank N., 118 

Olsen, Richard Young, 104, 106, 108 

O'Rourk, Thomas R., 8, 10, 26, 27, 83, 84 

Ortiz, Armando, 22 

Osborne, John C, 18, 38, 42, 77 

Oster, Robert, 79 

Otenasek, Frank J., 18, 36, 41, 79, 98 

Owens, David, 112 

Owings, James C, 45 

Ozazewski, John C, 20, 27, ZZ, 82 

Pacienza, F. A., 36, 43, 82 

Packard, Albert Gibson, 112 

Packert, Richard C, 29 

Palese, John M., 43 

Paknisano, Joseph Frank, 110 

Pangborn, Thomas W. , 35 

Panico, Frederick G., 114, 115, 116 

Parham, Sumner Malone, 20 

Parker, Robert T., 18, 29, 77, 98, 115 

Parrott, Frank S., 115 

Parson, Willard A., 117 

Pats, Albert S., 112 

Patten, David Hales, 112 

Patterson, J. Milton, 7 

Paula Marie, Sister, 39 

Peake, C. W., 11, 92 

Peck, George C, 22, 68, 110 

Penton, Robert Sim, 20, 115 

Perez Arzola, Miguel, 112 

Perr>', Benton Bloch, 104, 106, 108 

Perry, Henry D., Jr., 22, 28, 78 

Pessagno, D. J., 8, 10, 35, 36, 92, 94, 118 



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Peters, H. Raymond, 8, 10, 35, 37, 39, 41, 76 

Peterson, Dorothy M., 23 

Peterson, William F., 28 

Phelan, Patrick C, Jr., 15, 36, 41, 93 

Phelps, James Solomon, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Phelps, Winthrop M., 47, 105 

Pierpont, Ross Z., 15, 20, 69, 93, 98 

Pillsbury, William Andrew, Jr., 104, 107, 108 

Pincoffs, Maurice C, 8, 9, 10, 25, 29, 35, 37, 76, 98 

Plummer, Harold B., 117 

Polanco, Gerardo P., 22, 81, 85 

Polek, Melvin F., 41 

Polis, George Nicholas, 113 

Poole, Edwin L., 23, 90 

Porter, Harry P., 20, 37, 43, 83 

Potter, Vance Edward, 108 

Powder, James Richmond, 110 

Powell, Albert M., Jr., 28 

Powell, John Walker, 21, 90 

Pratt, Alfred Joseph, 22, 88 

Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr., 113 

Pratt, Louis J., 117 

Preinkert, Alma H., 7 

Preis, Kryle W., 10, 72 

Proctor, Samuel E., 18, 31, 92 

Piyor, John R., 29 

Queen, J. Emmett, 15, 38, 42 
Quinn, Corbett Latimer, 110 
Quinn, Michael K., 40 
Quirino, Constante D., 115 



Richardson, Joe Bernal, 110 

Richmond, Lewis Cass, Jr., 110 

Ridgely, I. O., 13, 36, 92 

Ried, Nancy V., 21, 90 

Rienhoff, William F., 13, 36, 92, 94 

Rigdon, Henry L., 98 

Rinn, William A,, 38 

Robbins, H. O., 117 

Robbins, Malcolm Lee, 104, 107, 108 

Robbins, Martin A., 15, 26, 32, 95 

Roberts, Robert Revel Richard, 112 

Robinson, Daniel R., 18, 36, 41, 92 

Robinson, Harry M., Jr., 11, 26, 30, 72, 76, 98 

Robinson, Harry M., Sr,, 9, 10, 25, 30, 47, 72, 98 

Robinson, Ida M., 11, 96 

Robinson, Raymond C. V., 13, 30, 37, 42, 47, 72, 98 

Rodgers, Robert C, 18 

Rodriguez, Carlos, 40 

Rogers, Harry L., 10, 37, 41, 47, 83 

Rolando, Henry, 65 

Rosin, John D., 32, 18, 89 

Rosson, William Daniel, 104, 107, 108 

Rothschild, Irving, 13 

Rovelstad, Howard, 96 

Rowe, James Earle, 110 

Rowland, J. M. H., 8 

Rubin, Seymour W., 18, 85 

Ruiz, Edith, 39 

Russo, James, 20, 38, 68 

Rysanek, William J., Jr., 18, 39, 43, 73 



Raab, Hellmugh, 112 

Rainess, Morris, 112 

Ramirez, Rafael V., 115 

Ramirez-Santisteban, Gilberto, 29, 104, 107, 108 

Ramsey, James H., 18, 85 

Ramsey, Wilbur O., 27, 72 

Randolph, Kenneth V,, 10, 27, 72 

Rappeport, Jonas Ralph, 104, 107, 108 

Raskin, Howard F., 28 

Raskin, Joan, 113 

Raskin, M., 36, 43 

Rasmussen-Taxdal, David S., 29, 104, 107, 108 

Rath bun, Howard K., 46 

Rayner, Jeannette F., 23, 90 

Read, James Lamar, 110 

Reed, Julian Ward, 104, 107, 108 

Reed, Mary V., 23, 70 

Reese, J. Morris, 8, 11, 27, 47, 79, 80, 97, 98 

Reeves, Henry G., Jr., 28 

Rehberger, John M., 20, 37, 43, 83 

Reid, John R., 10, 89 

Reifschneider, Charles A., 9, 10, 26, 45, 75, 92, 94, 95 

Reifschneider, Herbert E., 15, 69, 92, 93, 98 

Reimann, Dexter L., 9, 11, 26, 84, 98 

Reiter, Robert A., 13, 76, 87 

Revell, Samuel T. R., Jr., 13, 25, 76 

Rever, William B., Jr., 40, 116, 126 

Rex, Eugene B., 28 

Rich, Benjamin S., 11, 32, 37, 47, 83 

Richards, Esther L., 46 

Richardson, Aubrey, 22, 28, 78 



Sacks, Milton S., 9, 11, 25, 71, 76, 84, 97, 98, 118 

Sadowsky, Wallace H., 114 

Samorodin, Florese, 39 

Samorodin, Violet Sema, 114 

Sanderson, William R., 66 

Sargent, George F., 118 

Savage, John E., 13, 27, 47, 80, 98 

Sax, Albert Morton, 114 

Scarborough, Clarence P., 18, 36, 41, 45, 89 

Schaeffer, John F., 18, 36, 41, 92 

Schanberger, John Edward, 114 

Scher, Ernest, 20, ZZ, 80 

Scherlis, Leonard, 18, 86 

Scherlis, Sidney, 13, 30, 31, 76, 77, 86, 98 

Scheye, H. W., 117 

Schimmel, Bella Faye, 104, 107, 109 

Schindler, Richard Elias, 110 

Schlenoff, Milton, 112 

Schmale, Arthur H., Jr., 22, 90, 116 

Schmick, William F., 35 

Schmidt, Emil G., 9, 10, 70, 98 

Scholastica, Sister M., 43 

Schoolman, L. R., 117 

Schultz, Kathyrn L., 13, 26, 31, 90 

Schwartz, Benson C, 20, 28, 80 

Schwartz, Theodore A., 13, 37, 43, 83 

Scott, Ann, 39 

Scott, Minette E,, 118 

Scott, Roger D., 28, 116 

Seabold, William M., 13, 26, 86 

Seegar, J. King B. E., Jr., 18, 27, Zi 



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SeUger, R. V., 47 

Sendelback, Bertha, 48 

Serra, Lawrence M., 15, 76 

Settle, William B., 13, 31, 69, 92, 93, 94, 98 

Seymour, William S., 117 

Shamer, Margaret Gillette, 112 

Shapiro, Albert, 13, 26, 30, 72 

Shapiro, Jerome Edwin, 112 

Sharett, John Oliver, 29, 104, 107, 109 

Shaun, Virginia, 48 

Shaw, Charles E., 18, 29, 30, 77 

Shealy, Walter H., 117 

Sheehan, Joseph C, 18, 39, 43, 73 

Sheehan, Rev. Lawrence J., 35 

Shell, James H., Jr., 20, 33, 74, 80 

Sheppard. Robert C, 18, 31, 92, 94 

Sherman, Jerome, 18, 30, 77 

Sherrill, Elizabeth D., 18. 77, 87 

Shipley, Arthur M., 8, 118 

Shipley, E. Roderick, 18, 93, 94 

Shirey, Robert Garland, 114 

Shirley, R. Kind, 117 

Shochat, Albert J., 18, 30, 73 

Shochet, Bernard Richard, 112 

Shock, Nathan W., 46 

Shoff, Mahlon James, 104, 107, 109 

Shuman, Joseph EUyn, 22, 110 

Siebold, WilUamM., 15 

Siegel, Benjamin I., 117 

Siegel, Isadore A., 11, 27, 80, 81 

Silver, Harold M., 46 

Simpson, Marshall Albert, 112 

Sindelar, Joseph B., 114 

Sindler, Richard Arnold, 104, 107, 109 

Singleton, Robert Tiffany, 22, 110 

Siwinski, Arthur G., 13, ZZ, 41, 46, 81, 92, 118 

Siwinski, Thaddeus C, 38, 42 

Skaggs, Thomas Wayne, 110 

Skipton, Roy K., 28 

Skitarelic, Benedict, 15, 85 

Slager, Ursula Traugott, 29, 104, 107, 109 

Slasman, William Howry, Jr., 110 

Small, Richard Elwood, 114 

Smith, Andrew G., 9, 13, 70 

Smith, Boylston Dandride, 104, 107, 109 

Smith, Dietrich C., 9, 10, 88, 97, 98 

Smith, Edward P., 13, 35, 38, 39, 73 

Smith, Frederick B., 9, 11, 38, 42, 86 

Smith, George B., Jr., 29 

Smith, George Herbert, 29, 104, 107, 109 

Smith, George W., 18, 98 

Smith, Joseph Raymond, 112 

Smith, Ruby A., 18, 27, ZZ, 82 

Smith, Sol, 13, 37, 41, 76, 116 

Smith, W. Conwell, 118 

Smith, William H., 11, 76 

Smith, William Meredith, Jr., 110 

Smoot, Aubrey Cannon, Jr., 104, 107, 109 

Smyth, James Walter, 112 

Snyder, Clovis Marene, 114 

Snyder, Merrill J., 18, 70 

Snyder, Nathan, 18, 68, 98 

Solon, Thomas John, 112 



Spear, Irving J., 8, 25, 47 

Speed, William G., 46 

Speicher, W. Glenn, 117 

Spencer, Hugh R., 9, 10, 26, 39, 48, 84, 98 

Six>ck, Alexander, 114 

Spragins, Milchijah, 15, 47, 86, 98 

Spritz, Norton, 104, 107, 109 

Sprunt, Thomas P., 10, 25, 37, 76 

Spudis, Edward Verhines, 110 

Spurrier, O. Walter, 20, 38, 42, 86 

Stacy, Theodore, 46 

Staggers, Phillip Gary, 114 

Stambler, Alvin Abraham, 104, 105, 107, 109 

Stang, Robert T., 32 

Starling, Charles Ray, 104, 107, 109 

Stein, Albert, 66 

Steinbach, Stanley, 116 

Startzman, Henry H., Jr., 29 

Stebbins, Thomas A., 22, 74, 81 

Steele, Elizabeth R., 23 

Steers, Edward, 9, 12, 70 

Stennett, Clarence E., 29 

Sterling, William Norton, 114 

Stevens, Vesta May, 20, 90 

Stevenson, Thomas M., Jr., 69 

Stevenson, Thomas McClelland, 20 

Stewart, Donald Wallace, 114 

Stewart, Edwin H., Jr., 9, 15, ZZ, 81, 92, 98, lH 

Stinebert, Edward R., 43 

Stitcher, Joseph Edward, 114 

Strang, Robert T., 48 

Strauss, George A., Jr., 39 

Suarez-Murias, Edward L., 38, 42 

Summerson, William H., 16, 70 

Sunday, Stuart D., 18, 77, 87 

Supik, William T., 18, 32, 37, 41, 89 

Sussman, Karl Edgar, 114 

Sutherfield, George F., 31 

Sutherland, George F., 12, 26 

Suttonfield, Virginia, 18, 22, 31, 90 

Swain, Robert W., 22, 91 

Swisher, Kyle W., Jr., 22. 29, 78 

Taback, Matthew L., 9, 13, 74 

Tan, Seng-Ngo, 114, 116 

Tansey, John J., 32 

Tappan, Benjamin, 48 

Taussig, Helen M., 47 

Teeter, James Herring, 112 

Teitelbaum, Harry A., 13, 30. 79, 98 

Templeton, William Pendleton, 110 

Tenner, David, 118 

Thames, Rufus, 112 

Thatcher, Lionel Gilbert, 113 

Thomas, Clyde D., Jr., 20, 40 

Thomas, Sister M., 35 

Thompson, Raymond K., 15, 26, 36, 41, 45, 79 

Thorpe, Patricia S., 23, 70 

Thorpe, Peter Van Boekel, 114 

Tinker, F. X. Paul, 20, 33, 39, 43, 80 

Tirona-Certeza, Martina, 40 

Tirrell, Genevieve M., 40 

Tkaczuk, Ilia, 116 



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Todd, Barbara Elizabeth, 23 

Toma, John J., 114 

Tongue, R. Kent, 47 

Toomey, Lewis C, 12, 71 

Touhey, T. J., 20, 36, 93 

Toulson, W. Houston, 9, 10, 26, 32, 45, 95, 98 

Towlen, Isidore William, 13 

Townsend, F. J., Jr., 117 

Townshend, Wifred H., Jr., 15, 30, 76 

Trace, Robert James, 104, 107, 109 

Tracy, Harold William, Jr., 112 

Tramer, Arnold, 20. 46, 86 

Trapnell, Henry Rogers, 112 

Treiber, Martin William, 110 

Trimble, I. Ridgeway, 10, 36, 41, 45, 92, 94 

Triplett, William H., 118 

Troutman, Belk Connor, 105, 107, 109 

Troxel, James Roy, 110 

Trucker, Albert L., 23, 86 

Trucker, Albert Leroy Jr., 114 

Tublin, Ira Nathan, 112 

Tuerk, Isadore, 15, 31, 90 

Tiuninello, S. A.,38 

Tunney, Robert B., 18, 39, 43, 73 

Turner, J. McCuUough, 12 

Turner, Philip C, 7 

Turner, Roy B., 18, 22, 85 

Tyson, William Alva Way, 110 

Uhlenhuth, Eduard, 9, 10, 68, 69, 98 

Ullrich, Henry F., 9, 11, 26, 32, 37, 41, 47, 83, 98 

Ullsperger, John F., 39, 43 

Urlock, John P., 117 

Valderas, Jose G., 29 

Vance, Arnold Leonard, 110 

VandeGrift, William D., 18, 85 

Vanden Bosche, Edmond G., 18 

Vanderlinde, Raymond E., 9, 13, 70 

Van Lill, Stephen J., Ill, 18, 29, 30, 77, 88 

Varipatis, Michael, 47 

Vasington, Frank D., 22, 24, 70 

Verster, Floris de Balbian, 24, 90 

Vicens, Carlos Nathaniel, 105, 107, 109 

VoUmer, Frederick J., 18, 38, 42, 77 

VosheU, Allen F., 9, 10, 26, 32, 46, 47, 83, 94, 97, 98 

Wadsworth, Gladys E., 18, 68, 69 

Waghelstein, Julius, 47 

Wagley, Philip F., 47 

Wagner, Herbert Charles, 24, 114 

Wagner, John A., 9, 11, 26, 46, 79, 84, 97, 98, 118 

Wagner, Philips., 13, 89 

Walker, Leslie A., Jr., 29, 116 

Walker, Robert T., 22 

Walker, W. Wallace, 12, 68, 92, 93, 98 

Wall, George Henry, 112 

Wallace, Scott Pyper, 105, 107, 109 

Wallenstein, Leonard, 116 

Waller, William K., 15, 29, 76 

Waller, W. Kennedy, 25 

Walsh, Harry Martin, 29, 105, 107, 109 



Walter, Herbert Guy, Jr., 110 

Walton, Fred Richard, 114 

Walton, Henry J., 8, 48 

Ward, Ann Marie, 114 

Ward, Arthur, 15, 37, 43, 83 

Ward, Grant E., 71 

Ward, Hugh W,, 117 

Ward, Margaret, 24 

Warfield, Clarence, 64 

Warfield, Genevra, 64 

Waring, H. Glenn, 47 

Warner, C. Gardner, 9, 12 

Warren, Bryan Pope, Jr., 105, 107, 109 

Warren, John M., 116, 117 

Warthen, WilUam H. F., 12, 74 

Watkms, Donald M., 129 

Watson, Jack Thomas, 110 

Watters, John Lord, 105, 107, 109 

Weaver, Karl Hanna, 110 

Weber, Annemarie, 22 

Webster, Joel Stoops, 110 

Webster, Thomas C, 20, 33, 80 

Weeks, Earl, 38, 42 

Weeks, Harry Stephen, Jr., 110 

Weeks, Howard Nelson, 105, 107, 109 

Weeks, Thomas E., 31 

Weeks, William Earl, 20, 86 

Weiner, Israel Howard, 110 

Weisman, Marcella, 90 

Weiss, Harold Robert, 112 

Welch, Hugh J., 38 

Welcome, Henry C, 114 

Welling, Charles Clark, 114 

Welliver, Daniel Irvin, 112 

WeUs, Amy Lee, 24, 74 

Wells, Gibson J., 13, 31, 86, 118 

Welton, William Arch, Jr., 112 

Wexler, Jack, 20, 77 

White, John I., 9, 13, 88 

White, Kermeth Howard, Jr., 112 

Whitehurst, Mrs. John L., 7 

WTiittaker, Arthur Vance, 112 

Wich, J. Carlton, 21, 31, 38, 86 

Wild, WilUam Otto, 112 

Wildberger, Albert John, 29, 105, «)7, 109 

Wilder, Milton J., 13, 26, 32, 46, 47, 83, 98 

Wilfson, Daniel, Jr., 15, 77, 87 

Wilkinson, John Ross, Jr., 105, 107, 109 

Will, David R., 31, 93 

WilUams, Charles Herman, 18, 29, 77, 116 

Williams, Huntington, 9, 10, 74 

WiUs, J. Henry, 88 

Wilson, Priscilla Rae, 24 

Wills, J. Henry, 16 

Winiarz, Elizabeth A., 22 

Winslow, Randolph, 64 

Wise, Walter D., 9, 10, 35, 36, 40, 92, 94, 98 

Wiseman, Marcella, 21 

Wisong, Georgianna, 48 

Wohl, Milton Jack, 112 

Wolf, Frederick S., 38 

Wolfe, Geraldine F., 21, 68, 69 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Wolfe, William D., 63 

Wolfel, Donald A., 29, 105, 107, 109 

Wolff, Frederick S., 19 

Wolff, Thomas C, 9, 12, 37, 42, 76, 87 

Wollenweber, Henry L., 98 

Wolverton, William Roger, 105, 107, 109 

Wood, Austin H., 15, 95 

Wood, Robert C, 24, 70 

Woodward, Arthur F., 114 

Woodward, Theodore E., 9, 12, 25, 76, 98 

Workman, Joseph B., 15, 22, 29, 71, 116 

Worsely, Thomas, 21, 77 

Wright, Robert B., 12, 84, 98 

Wylie, H. Boyd, 7, 8. 9, 25, 118 



Yeager, George H.. 9, 10, 25, 26, 33, 46, 72, 92, 94, 95, 

98, 118 
Yim, Robert Earl, 112 

Young, John D., Jr., 15, 26, 32, 37, 41, 45, 95 
Young, Richard A., 24 
Yousem, Herbert Leonard, 114 

Zander, Rudolph M., 40 

Zapf, Evelyn Byrd, 48 

Zeligman, Israel, 13, 26, 30, 72 

Ziegler, Paul R., 41 

Zimmerman, Ira M., 117 

Zinn, Waitmann F., 9, 10, 37, 43, 83, 84 

Zupnik, Howard L., 19, 36, 41, 93 

Zuravin, Meyer H., 36 



September, 1933 



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make changes whenever it is expedient. Accordingly, the information provided may 
not be accurate, in every instance, for the period involved. 



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1953-1954 



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1953 
September 



September 
September 
September 
November 

November 
December 

1954 
January 
January 



9, 10 



Re-examinations for advancement 



FIRST SEMESTER— September 17, 1953 to January 23, 1954 

15 Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen & sophomores 

16 Wednesday *Registration, payment of fees, all other students 

17 Thursday Instruction begins at 8:30 a.m. 

24 Tuesday Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 

Thanksgiving Holiday 
30 Monday Instruction resumed 

19 Saturday Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 

Christmas Holiday 



4 Monday Instruction resumed 

18 Monday Midyear examinations begin. (Junior and Senior classes 

continue throughout this week) 
*Payment of fees for second semester 
January 23 Saturday First semester completed, 2:00 p.m. 

SECOND SEMESTER— January 25 to June 5, 1954 

Instruction begins 

Holiday — Washington's Birthday 

Instruction resumed 

Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 

Easter Holiday 
Instruction resumed 
Juniors and Seniors excused to attend annual meetings 

of the Medical & Chirurgical Faculty 
Senior classes cease at 5:00 p.m. 
Freshman and Sophomore examinations begin 
Junior classes cease at 2:00 p.m. 
Holiday — Memorial Day 
Announcement of graduates 
Commencement 
Second Semester completed at 12:30 p.m. 

PARTIAL CALENDAR FOR 1954-1955 
1954 
September 7, 8, 9 Re-examinations for advancement 

September 14 Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen & sophomores 
September 15 Wednesday ^Registration, payment of fees, all other students 
September 16 Thursday Instruction begins 



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* A student who fails to register prior to or within the day or days specified will be 
called upon to pay a late registration fee of five dollars ($5.00). The last day of registra- 
tion with fee added to regular charges is Saturday of the week in which registration begins. 

The ofTices of the registrar and comptroller are open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., 
and Saturdav from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. 



ORGANIZATION 
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Harry Clifton Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc, President and Executive Officer 
BOARD OF REGENTS 

Term Expires 

William P. Cole, Jr., Chairman Baltimore 1958 

Louis L. Kaplan, Secretary Baltimore 1961 

Harry H. Nuttle, Treasurer Denton 1957 

B. Herbert Brown Baltimore 1960 

Edmund S. Burke Cumberland 1959 ' 

Edward F. Holter Middletown 1959 

E. Paul Knotts Denton 1954 

Arthur 0. Lovejoy Baltimore 1960 

Charles P. McCormick Baltimore 1957 

C. E^VING TuTTLE Garrison 1953 

Mrs. John L. Whitehurst Baltimore 1956 

Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor of the State for terms of 
nine years each, beginning the first Monday in June. 

The President of the University of Maryland is, by law, Executive Officer of the 
Board. 

A regular meeting of the Board is held the third Friday in each month, except 
during the months of July and August. 

Each school has its own Advisory Board, Council, or Committee composed of 
the Dean and members of its faculty, which controls the internal affairs of the 
group it represents. 

The University has the following educational organizations: 

At Baltimore The College of Business and Public 

Administration 
The School of Dentistry The College of Education 

The School of Law The Glenn L. Martin College of 

The School of Medicine Engineering and Aeronautical 

The School of Nursing Sciences 

The School of Pharmacy The College of Home Economics 

The College of Special and Continuation Studies The Graduate School 

(Baltimore Division) The College of Military Science 

The College of Physical Education, 
Recreation and Health 
*=" The College of Special and Con- 

The College of Agriculture tinuation Studies 

The College of Arts and Sciences The Summer School 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 
School of Medicine 

H. C. Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc President of the University 

H. Boyd Wylie, ^LD Dean 

Edgar F. Long, Ph.D Dean of Students 

Alma H. Preinkert, ]\LA Registrar 

G. Watson Algire, M.S Director of Admissions 

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SCHOOL^/ MEDICINE 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE 
EMERITI 

J. M. H. Rowland, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus; Dean, Emeritus 

Henry J. Walton, M.D Professor of Roentgenology, Emeritus 

Page Edmunds, M.D Professor of Traumatic Surgery, Emeritus 

Ruth Lee Briscoe Librarian, Emeritus 

Irving J. Spear, M.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

Carl L. Davis, M.D Professor of Anatomy, Emeritus 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Surgery, Emeritus 

Clyde A. Clapp, M.D Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 

Andrew C. Gillis, M.A., M.D., LL.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

Edgar B. Friedenwald, M.D Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Emeritus 

Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D Professor of Neurological Surgery, Emeritus 

Waitman F. Zinn, M.D Professor of Otolaryngology, Emeritus 

F. L. Jennings, M.D Professor of Clinical Surgery, Emeritus 

Thomas R. Chambers, A.B., M.D Associate Professor of Surgery, Emeritus 

Charles VV. Maxson, M.D Associate Professor of Surgery, Emeritus 



ADVISORY BOARD OF THE FACULTY 

Dean H. Boyd VVylie, Chairman 

0. G, Harne, Secretary 

George H. Buck, Ex Officio Member 



William R. Amberson 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Walter A. Baetjer 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Otto C. Brantigan 
Raymond M. Burgison 
Howard M. Hubert 
T. Nelson Carey 
C. Jelleff Carr 
Carl Dame Clarke 
Rich.\rd G. Coblentz 
Beverley C. Compton 
Edward F. Cotter 
Charles N. Davidson 
John DeCarlo. Jr. 
Robert B. Dodd 
Louis H. Douglass 



C. Reid Edwards 
Monte Edwards 
Frederick P. Ferguson 
Frank H. J. Figge 
Jacob E. Finesinger 

A. H. FiNKELSTEIN 

Russell S. Fisher 
Gordon E. Gibbs 
Maurice II. Greenhill 
Frank W. Hachtel 
Paul R. Hackett 
Edward J. Herbst 
Harry C. Hull 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Frank D. Kaltreider 
James R. Karns 
Walter L. Kilby 

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Edward A. Kitlowski 
F. Edwin Knowles 
Vernon E. Krahl 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
Louis A. M. Krause 
Philip F. Lerner 
William S. Love, Jr. 
John F. Lutz 
Henry J. L. Marriott 
Zachariah Morgan 
Theodore H. Morrison 
H. Whitman Newell 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 
D. J. Pess.\gno 
H. R. Peters 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
J. Morris Reese 



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Charles A. 

Reifschneider 
Dexter L. Reimank 
Harry M, Robinson, Sk. 
Milton S. Sacks 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Andrew G. Smith 
Dietrich C. Smith 
Frederick B. Smith 



Hugh R. Spencer 
Edward Steers 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
Matthew L. Taback 
w. hous'ton toulson 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Raymond E. Vanderlinde 
Allen F. Voshell 



John A. Wagner 
C. Gardner Warner 
John I. White 
Huntington Williams 
Walter D. Wise 
Theodore E. Woodward 
Thomas C. Wolff 
George H, Yeager 



William R. Amberson 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Robert B. Dodd 
Louis H, Douglass 
C. Reid Edwards 
Iacob E. Finesinger 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE FACULTY 

Maurice C. Pincofes 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Hugh R. Spencer 



Frank W. Hachtel 
O. G. Harne, Assistant 
to the Dean, Secretary 
J. Mason Hundley 
Walter L. Kilby 
F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 



Eduard Uhlenhuth 
H. Boyd Wylie, Dean 
Chairman 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 
PROFESSORS 

Myron S. .^isenberg, D.D.S., Professor of Pathology, School of Dentistry. 

William R. Amberson, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Head of the Department. 

Tames G. Arnold, Jr., M.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery^ and Acting Head of the 

Department. 
Joseph C. Biddix, Jr., D.D.S., Professor of Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry. 
J. Edmund Bradley, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics and Head of the Department. 
Otto C. Brantigan, B.S., M.D., Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Clinical and Thoracic 

Surgery. 
T. Nelson Carey. M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
C. JelleS Carr, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology. 

Richard G. Coblentz, M.A., M.D., Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery. 
Edward C. Dobbs, D.D.S., Professor of Pharmacology, School of Dentistry. 
Robert B. Dodd, M.D., Professor of Anesthesiology and head of the department.^* 
Brice M. Dorsey, D.D.S., Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Head of the Department. 

It is to be noted that for convenience of reference the names of the mem- 
bers of the Faculty are listed in the forepart of this catalogue In alphabetical 
order. The names are listed in order of seniority under each preclinical and 
clinical department of the school on subsequent pages. 

On the lists of the Faculty of Medicine and Fellows and the Hospital and Dispensary 
staffs are given the names and positions assigned during the period July 1, 1953 to June 30, 
1954 unless otherwise indicated. Changes are noted as follows: 

' Appointments effective July 1, 1953. 
2 Promotions effective July i, 1953 
2 Resignations effective July 1, 1953. 

* Retirements. 

* Deaths. 

^ Leave of absence. 



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Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Professor of Surgery and Acting Head of the Department. 

Monte Edwards, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery and Professor of Proctology. 

Ray Ehrensberger, Ph.D., Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences. 

Frank H, J. Figge, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Jacob E. Finesinger, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Department. 

Russell S. Fisher, B.S., M.D., Professor and Head of the Division of Legal Medicine. 

Grason VV. Gaver, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Prosthetics, School of Dentistry. 

Frank W. Hachtel, M.D., Professor of Bacteriology and Head of the Department. 

Harry C. Hull, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Gynecology and Head of the Department. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

C. Loring Joslin, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics. 

Walter L. Kilby, M.D., Professor of Roentgenology and Head of the Department. 

Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D., Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery. 

John C. Krantz, Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Pharmacology and Head of the Depart- 
ment. 

Louis A. M. Krause, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Kenneth D. Legge, M.D., Professor of Clinical Urology. 

Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph., Professor of Otolaryngology and Head of the Depart- 
ment.^ 

VVilUam S. Love, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine.^ 

Lorin J. MulUns, B.S., Ph.D., Visiting Professor of Psychiatry.^^ 

Theodore H. Morrison, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

Alfred T. Nelson, M.D., Clinical Professor of Anaesthesiology. 

James W. Nelson, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Ernest B. Nuttall, D.D.S., Professor of Crown and Bridge, School of Dentistry. 

Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology. 

D. J. Pessagno, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

H. Raymond Peters, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, B.S., M.D., Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department. 

Kyrle VV. Preis, D.D.S., Professor of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry. 

Kenneth V. Randolph, D.D.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry. 

Charles A. Reifschneider, M.D., Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery. 

John R. Reid, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy in Psychiatry.^ 

Harry L. Rogers, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Harry M.Robinson, Sr., M.D., Professor of Dermatology. 

Emil G. Schmidt, Ph.D., LL.B., Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the De- 
partment. 

Dietrich Conrad Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Assistant Director Post- 
graduate Committee. 

Hugh R. Spencer, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

W. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D., Professor of Urology. 

I, Ridgeway Trimble, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Eduard Uhlenhuth, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department. 

Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Huntington Williams, M.D., Dr. P.H., Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Walter D. Wise, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

5 Died Jan. 14, 1953. 



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George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery and Director of Clinical 

Research. 
VVaitman F. Zinn, M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology.'* 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Merle Ansberry, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences. 

H. M. Bubert, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Carl Dame Clarke, Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Edward F. Cotter, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. ^ 

Charles N. Davidson, M.D., Associate Professor of Roentgenology. 

Ross Davies, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

J. S. Eastland, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Francis A. Elliss, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology. 

A. H. Finkelstein, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Leon Freedom, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology. 

Frederick P. Ferguson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 

Samuel L. Fox, Ph.G., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology,- Instructor in 

Physiology. 
William L. Garlick, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery and Associate 

in Surgery. 
Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Gordon E. Gibbs, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatric 

Research. 
Maurice H. Greenhill, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Lewis P. Gundry, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Manfred S. Guttmacher, A.B., M.D., Associate CUnical Professor of Psychiatry .^ 
Paul R. Hackett, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Anesthesiology.^ 
0. G. Hame, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Asst. to the Dean. 
Edward J. Herbst, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry. 
Hugh H. Hicks, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Periodontology, School of Dentistry. 
Cyrus F. Horine, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Albert Jaffe, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 
Edward S. Johnson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
D, Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Fayne A. Kayser, M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 
Vernon E. Krahl, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Frederick T. Kyper, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 
H. Vernon Langeluttig, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine.^ 
Ephraim T. Lisansky, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine-; Associate 

in Psychiatry. 
R. W. Locher, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery.^ 
Henry J. L. Marriott, A.B., B.M., Associate Professor of Medicine. ^ 
Walter C. Merkel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Samuel Morrison, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Gastro-enterology. 



Effective appointment dates: Professors. 

i» Feb. 13, 1953. 

i^Dec. 15, 1952 to Feb. 15, 1953. 

3* Resigned Mar. 26, 1953. 

5 Died Jan. 3, 1953. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

H. Whitman Newell, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

C. W. Peake, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

J. Morris Reese, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

Dexter L. Reimann, B. S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. I 

Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine.^ 

Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D,, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 

Harry M, Robinson, Jr., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology. 

Ida M. Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S., Associate Professor of Library Science. 

Milton S. Sacks, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of Clinical Pathology, 

Associate in Pathology. 
Isadore A. Siegel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Frederick B, Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 
William H. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Edward Steers, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology. 
George F. Sutherland, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Henry F. Ullrich, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
W. Wallace Walker, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 
C. Gardner Warner, A.H., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

William H. F. Warthen, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene & Public Health. 
T. Conrad Wolfif, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of 

Physical Diagnosis. 
Theodore E. Woodward, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine 
Robert B. Wright, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine. 

Donald J. Barnett, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

Robert E. Bauer, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 

Edmund G. Beacham, A.B,, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 

Eugene S. Bereston, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

Annie M. Bestebreurtje, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.* 

H. F. Bongardt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Harry C. Bowie, B.S.,M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery ,2 Associate in Surgical Anatomy. 

Leo Brady, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Simon H. Brager, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Charles F. Bramble, A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 

Raymond M. Burgison, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Beverley C. Compton, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Ernest L Cornbrooks, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

J. G. N. Gushing, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

John DeCarlo, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

William K. Diehl, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology and Director Gynecological 

Oncology. 
Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 
William W. Elgm, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Maurice Feldman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

*■' Leave of absence. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 13 

Jerome Fineman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Wetherbee Fort, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Henry C. Freimuth, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine.* 

Frank J. Geraghty, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Francis W. Gillis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology. 

Samuel S. Click, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Albert E. Goldstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

George Govatos, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Robert G. Grenell, B.A., M.Sc, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Psychiatric Research. 

John S. Haines, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology.- 

John F. Hogan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology. 

Benjamin H. Isaacs, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology.^ 

Meyer W. Jacobson, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 

James R. Kams, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director Student 

Health Service. 
Harold W. Keschner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. ^'^ 
F. Edwin Knowles, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman 

of the Department. 
C. Edward Leach, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Samuel Legum, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.* 
Philip L. Lerner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Hans W. Loewald, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
William V. Lovitt, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine.' 
John F. Lutz, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 
Howard B. Mays, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito- Urinary Surgery and Instructor in 

Urology and Pathology. 
VV. Raymond McKenzie, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. 
Karl F. Mech, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Associate in Surgery/ Instruc - 

tor in Pathology. 
George G. Merrill, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology.* 
Zachariah Morgan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Hugh B. McNally, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
S. Edwin Muller, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. - 
Harry M. Murdock, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
George McLean, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Robert T. Parker, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.* 
L 0. Ridgely, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
William F. Rienhoff, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Robert \. Reiter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
R. C. V. Robinson, B.S., M.D., .\ssistant Professor of Dermatology. 
John E. Savage, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 

Sidney Scherlis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Associate in Pediatrics. 
Kathyrn L. Schultz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Theodore A. Schwartz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. 
William M. Seabold, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, 
Lawrence M. Serra, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.* 

William B. Settle, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy and Associate in Surgery. 
Albert Shapiro, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 



Resignations: Assistant Professors. 

»•' May 7, 1953. 



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Arthur G. Siwinski, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Andrew G. Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. 

Edward P. Smith, M.D., Ph.G., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Sol Smith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Merrill J, Snyder, B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine in Clinical Bacteriology^; 

Instructor in Bacteriology. 
Matthew L. Taback, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 
Harry Teitelbaum, B.S., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Raymond K. Thompson, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery. 2 
Raymond E. Vanderlinde, A.B., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry. 
Philip S. Wagner, M.D,, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 2'' 
Gibson J. Wells, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
John I. Wliite, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology. 
Milton J. Wilder, M.D., Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery. 
Israel Zeligman, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

ASSOCIATES 

Conrad B. Acton, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Instructor in Pathology. 

Leon Ashman, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

J. Tyler Baker, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Margaret B. Ballard, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Robert Z. Berry, A.B., M.D., Associate in Otolaryngology. 

Louis V. Blum, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Kenneth B. Boyd, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Henry A. Briele, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery, 

William R. Bundick, M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Harold H. Bums, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

M. Paul Byerly, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Richard A. Carey, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Osborne D. Christensen, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Jonas Cohen, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

R. Adams Cowley, M.D., Associate in Thoracic Surgery and Assistant Director Experi- 
mental Surgery .2 

William F. Cox, III, M.D., Associate in Medicine. ^ 

Edward R. Dana, A.B., M.D., Associate in Roentgenology. 

John B. DeHofif, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

John M. Dennis, B.S., M.D., Associate in Radiology. 

Francis G. Dickey, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

D. McClelland Dixon, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

W^illiam G. Ebeling III, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine and Chief of Division of Gastro- 
enterology.^ 

J. J. Ervi'in, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

L. K. Fargo, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

William L. Fearing, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 

Donald E. Fisher, M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

William H. Fisher, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 



EfTective appointment dates: Assistant Professors. 

^ Nov. 1, 1952. 

3b Resigned Jan. 1, 1953. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 15 

Irving Freeman, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Joseph E. Fumari, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Director, Medical Out-Patient De- 
partment. 
Perry O. Futterman, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. - 
Alvin J. Hartz, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine.'^ 
Raymond F. Helfrich, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
W. Grafton Herspberger, M.D., Associate in Medicine 

Henry W. J. HoUjes, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Director Medical Care Clinic. 
Z. Vance Hooper, M.D., Associate in Gastro-Enterology. 
Clewell Howell, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
Joseph V. Jerardi, B.S., M.D., x\ssociate in Surgery. 
Hugh J. Jewett, M.D., Associate in Urology. 
Arthur Karfgin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Walter Karfgin, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Joseph I. Kemler, M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 
Albert W. Kitts, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Pediatrics 
Elizabeth LaForge, M.S.S., Associate in Psychiatric Social Work. 
Richard Lindenberg, M.D., Associate in Legal Medicine. 
H. Edmund Levin, M.D., Associate in Bacteriology. 
Kurt Levy, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

F. Ford Loker, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery .^ 

William B. Long, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 
H. Patterson Mack, M.D., Associate in Anatomy.^^ 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
I. H. Maseritz, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
William J. McClaiBferty, M.D., x\ssociate in Legal Medicine 
Lyle J. Millan, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

Joseph M. Miller, M.D., Associate in Surgery .2 

Donald W. Mintzer, M.D., Associate in Medicine.'^ 

Frank K. Morris, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

J. Huff Morrison, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery.^* 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Associate in Surgical Anatomy and Assistant in Surgery. 

J. Emmett Queen, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Herbert E. Reifschneider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

Martin A. Robbins, M.D., Associate in Urolog>^2 

Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D., Associate in Plastic Surgery.^ 

Leonard Scherlis, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. ^ 

William M. Seabold, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics 

Robert C. Sheppard, M.D., Associate in Surgery.- 

E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., x\ssociate in Surgery.^ 

Benedict Skitarelic, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Melchijah Spragins, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

William T. Supic, M.D., Associate in Proctology .^ 

Wilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., i\LD., Associate in Medicine. 

Isadore Tuerk, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry. 

Stephen J. Van Lill, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine.- 

^ Resigned Apr. 21, 1953, 
*** On leave. 



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William K. Waller, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Arthur Ward, M.D., Associate in Otolaryngology. 
Daniel Wilfson, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Austin H. Wood, M.D., Associate in Urology. 
John D. Young, Jr., M.D., Associate in Urology. 
Joseph B. Workman, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

LECTURERS 

Amedeo S. Marrazzi, M.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology. 
John L. Peck, M.D., Lecturer in Pediatrics.^ 
William H. Summerson. Ph.D., Lecturer in Biological Chemistry. 
Joseph M. White, III, B.S., M.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology.^ 
J. Henry Wills, Ph.D., Lecturer in Physiology. 

INSTRUCTORS 

A. Russell Anderson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
David Bacharach, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Ruth W. Baldwin, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics and Director Pediatric Seizure Clinic. 
Jeanne Ann Barry, A.B., Junior Instructor in Physiology. ^''^ i« 
Harry McB. Beck, M.D., Instructor in Gynecolog)', and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Klaus W. Berblinger, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Melvin N. Borden, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Thomas S. Bowyer, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
John T. Brackin, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Roentgenology. ^'^ 
George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Ann Virginia Brown, A.B., Instructor in Biological Chemistry. 
J. E. Brumback Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
William J. Bryson, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Bernard Burgin, A.B., Md., Instructor in Medicine. 
Enoch Calloway, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Lester H. Caplan, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Joseph P. Cappuccio, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
John W. Chambers, M.D., Instructor in Neurosurgery, Assistant in Surgery. 
Thomas A. Christensen, A.B., M.D.. Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Morris M. Cohen, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
Herbert B. Copeland, M.D., Instructor in Roentgenology. 
Joseph M. Cordi, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Robert M. N. Crosby, M.D., Instructor in Neurosurgery and in Pediatrics. ^'= 
Richard J. Cross, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. 
Raymond M. Cunningham, A.B., M.D., Instructor in .Anatomy, Proctology and Pa- 
thology; Assistant in Surgery. 

Effective appointment dates: Associates. 

i« Sept. 1, 1952. 

Effective Appointment Dates: Lecturers. 

»« Feb. 1, 1953. 

3b Resigned Mar. 15, 1953. 

s= Resigned Dec. 31, 1952. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 17 

George H. Uavis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

John R. Davis, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

VV. Allen Deckert, A.H., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Surgery. 

Michael L. DeVincentis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

William A. Dodd, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology, and Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr., A. B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William C. Duffy, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Ernest S. Edlow, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology.'' 

Maurice Feldman, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Edward G. Field, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

William N. Fitzpatrick, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.^ 

Marjorie R. Fleitzer, B.S., M.S.S., Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work.- 

Philip D. Flynn, M.f)., Instructor in Medicine. 

Paul N. Friedman, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology.^ 

Joseph E. Furnari, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology and Obstetrics, Assistant in 

Gynecology. 
Richard M. Garrett, M.D., Instructor in Surgical Anatomy and Assistant in Surgery. 
Jason H. Gaskel, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Marvin Goldstein, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 
Howard Goodman, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Louis E. Goodman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
H. L. Granoff, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Isaac Gutnian, Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Samuel J. Hankin, M.D. Instructor in Medicine. 
Charles W. Hawkins, M.D., Instructor in Anatomy, 
Mary L. Hayleck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Robert F. Healy, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Donald B. Hebb, M.D., Instructor in Proctology and Assistant in Surgery and Thoracic 

Surgery. 
Elizabeth C. Heinz, A.B., Junior Instructor in Bacteriology.^^ 
William G. Helfrich, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
L. Ann Hellen, B.S., Instructor in Medicine. 
Sylvia Himmelfarb, A.B., Instructor in Physiology. 
John H. Hirschfield, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology.^ 
Mark B. Hollander, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology and Syphilology. 
DeWitt T. Hunter, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. ^ 
Calvin Hyman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Conrad L. Inman, D.D.S., Instructor in Anesthesiology, School of Dentistry. 
Joseph A. Jachimczyk, M.D., Instructor in Legal Medicine.^ 
Marshall I. Kader, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Edward S. Kallins, B.S., M.D., Ii)structor in Medicine. 
William H. Kammer, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Harry F. Kane, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Pathology. 
Clyde F. Kams, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Irvin B. Kemick, B.S., Ph.G., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 



5 Died April 25, 1953. 
' Leave of absence. 
5 Died July 5, 1953. 



18 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Lauriston L. Keown, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Leon A. Kochman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Schuyler G. Kohl, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

Edward L. J. Kreig, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

A. Kremen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Arnold F. Lavenstein, Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Algert P. Lazauskas, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Franklin E. Leslie, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Helen L Maginnis, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Wilham W. Magruder, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.^ 

Charles B. Marek, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Joseph C. Matchar, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

Marion W. Mathews, A.B., M.S., M.D., Instructor in Psycliiatry. 

Robert E. McCafferty, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Francis J. McLaughlin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

D. J. McHenry, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Jos6 Medina, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Joseph H. Menning, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Urology.' 

Israel P. Meranski, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

James P. Miller, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Stanley Miller, B.A., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

J. Duer Moores, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

William H. Mossberg, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Neurosurgery. 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Ruth Musser, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

John A. Myers, M.E.E., M.D., Instructor in Medicine, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

James J. Nolan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Samuel Novey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

John S. Osborne, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Frank J. Otenasek, M.D., Instructor in Neuro-Surgery, 

Samuel E. Proctor, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surger>'. 

James H. Ramsey, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Daniel R. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Kent E. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatr3^^^ 

Robert C. Rodgers, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

John D. Rosin, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Proctology. 

Seymour W. Rubin, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

William J. Rj'sanek, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

John F. Schaefer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

Charles E. Shaw, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Joseph C. Sheehan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology 

Jerome Sherman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Albert J. Shochat, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gastro-Enterology. 

George W. Smith, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy,^ Assistant in Neuro-Surgery. 

Ruby A. Smith, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Merrill J. Snyder, B.S., Instructor in Bacteriology. 



Resignations: Instructors. 
»• May 1952. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 19 

Nathan Snyder, Ph.G., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Thomas M. Stevenson, Jr., Junior Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine.* 

Jerome Styrt, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.^^ 

Stuart D. Sunday, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Virginia Suttenfield, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Robert B. Tunney, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Roy B. Turner, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology and Xeuro-Anatomy. 

William D. VandeOrift, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Edmond G. Vanden Bosche, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery School of Dentistry. 

Frederick J. VoUmer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Gladys E. Wadsworth, B.S., M.A., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Herbert L. Warres, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Roentgenology.^- * 

Charles Herman Williams, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Frederick S. Wolf, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 

Harold L. Zupnik, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

ASSISTANTS 

Robert C. Abrams, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Fred B. Agee, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jose A. Alvarez, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 

John J. Angelo, M.D., Assistant in Plastic Surgery. 

Vahram Aratoon, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology.^ 

Nancy M. Balchun, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Harry McB. Beck, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Harold P. Biehl, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Joseph C. Blazek, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jane L. Bleakley, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

James S. Brown, M.D., Assistant in Anatomy.^^ 

A. V. Buchness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

William O. Burk, Assistant in Art as Applied to ^ledicine.^ 

Donald B. Campbell, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

L. T, Chance, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

James N. Cianos, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Raymond J. Clayton, Jr., Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Edmund P. Coffay, Sr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

Harry Cohen, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Pathology. 

Samuel H. Culver, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Martha Curtiss, B.S., R.N., Assistant in Medicine and Assistant Director, Medical 

Care Clinic. 
Miriam S. Daly, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics (part time).^ 
Garrett E. Deane, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
William A. Dodd, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Effective appointment dates: Instructors. 

^« April 1, 1953. 

i^Sept. 1, 1952. 

'^ Mar. 15, 1952. 

'^ Feb. 2, 1952. 

»«Jan. 1, 1953. 

* Part time. 



20 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Josephine L. Doughton, A.B., M.A., M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatry.^'' 

Wiilian-. C. Dunni^an, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Daniel Ehrlich, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

PVank Fariano, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Thoracic Surgery. 

Vincent dePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William D. Gentry, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

William R. Geraghty, H.S . .M.l>., .Assistant in Surgery. 

James J. Gerlach, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology.^ 

Charles Richard Gilbert, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Helen L. Guest, A.B., M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work.^*-" 

Angelino Guido, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Leonard G. Hamberry, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery.^ 

Donald B. Hebb, A.B., AI.D., Assistant in Surgery and Thoracic Surgery. 

Frederick J. Heldrich, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Hermione Hunt Hawkins, M.A., Assistant in CUnical Psychology. ^^ 

John A. Hightower, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.' 

John V. Hopkins, M.D., Assistant in Orthoi)aedic Surgery. 

Rollin C. Hudson, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Sarah V. Huffer, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 

Everett D. Jones, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Arthur Kandel, M.S., Assistant in Clinical Psychology. 

Vernon C. Kelley, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

August Kiel, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery and Neuroanatomy.^'' 

Irvin P. Klemkowski, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Raymond M. Lauer, M.D,, Assistant in Medicine. 

Herbert Joseph Levickas, B.S., M.D., Assistant m Medicine. 

Lee R. Lerman, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Berton V. Lock, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Fern E. MacAUister, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry.^* 

Stephen L. Magness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery.^ 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Clarence W. Martin, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Mary B. Matthews, Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Howard B. McEhvain, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Kirk Moore, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

J. Carl Myers, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

WiUiam A. Niermann, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

John C. Ozazewski, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Sumner Malone Parham, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William F. Peterson, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology .^ 

Harry P. Porter, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John M. Rehberger, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology.^ 

WilUam B. Rever, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery .^ 

James Russo, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesiology. 

Resignations: Assistants. 
3* April 14, 1953. 
3b Sept. 1, 1952. 
•^ Leave of absence. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 21 

Ernest Scher, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

James H. Shell, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

O. Walter Spurrier, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Stanley R. Steinbach, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

Vesta May Stevens, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work.^ 

John J. Tanse}', A.B., M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. ^^ 

F. X. Paul Tinker, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

T. J. Touhey, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Arnold Tramer, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Thomas C. Webster, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William Earl Weeks, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Jack Wexler, A.B., M.D., .Assistant in Medicine. 

J. Carlton Wich, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Marcella Wiseman, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work. 

Geraldine F. Wolfe, B.S., M.S., Assistant in Anatomy. 

Thomas Worsley, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Ernest C. Young, A.B., M.A., Assistant in CHnical Psychology. ^*^ 

John H. Young, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

V. V. Brunst, Sc.D., Nat. Ins. of Health Research Associate in Anatomy. 

Kenneth F. Clute. M.D., P.H.S. and M & R Fund Research Associate in Pediatrics and 
Legal Medicine.^* 

Betty J. Fax, Ph.D., Navy Psychiatric Research Fund Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

Lester M. Libo, A.M., Ph.D., Research Associate in Medical Psychology.^* 

Moritz Michaelis, Ph.D., Army Chemical Center Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

John Walker Powell, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychiatr>'. 

Nancy V. Reid, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Associate in Psy- 
chiatry.'^ 

FELLOWS 

Alice M. Band, A.B., M.D., Baltimore Rh Tj^ping Laboratory Fellow in Medicine. ^J 

Frederick K. Bell, Ph.D., Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Brigitte E. Blankenhorn, B.A., Research Fellow in Physiology.^' 

Francis J. Borges, M.D., Fellow in Medicine. 

Mary Frances Bradyhouse, A.B., Fellow in Pharmacolog}',^ 

Effective appointment date: Assistants. 

^ July 29, 1953. 

1^ Feb. 1, 1953 to May 30, 1953. 

!«= Sept. 22, 1952. 

Id Oct. 1, 1952. 

^« Sept. 16, 1952. 

^- Resigned Oct. 1, 1952. 

Effective appointment dates: Research Associates. 

1* Jan. 9, 1953. 

Resignations: Research .Associates. 

3* Jan. 31, 1953. 

3^May 1,1953. 

Resignations: Fellows. 

'<^ Aug. 31, 1953. 



22 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Leonard S. Brahen, B.S., M.S , Fellow in Pharmacology. 
Joseph B. Bronushas, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 
Rowland J. Dowell, Fellow in Pediatrics.^'' -^^ 

Ruth Page Edwards, A. B., A. M. Ph.D., Fellow in Medical Psychology. 
William G. Esmond, B.S., M.D., Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine.' 
Mary S. Fassel, A.B., Fellow in Pharmacology.^ 
Joseph C. Fitzgerald, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 
Jane VVray Forrest, Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology,^^ 
Luigi Frighi, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^' 
Vernon M. Gelhaus, John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Histology. ^^ 
Bella R. Hearst, M.S., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicolegal Patholog)\id 
Ernest C. Herrmann, Jr., B.S., Fellow in Bacteriology.^' 
Frank R. Holter, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry .^p 

Dorothy H. Hubbard, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Research Corporation and Bressler Re- 
serve Fund Post Doctorate Fellow in Biological Chemistry .^ 
Marvin Jaffee, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Research Fellow in Gynecological Pathology. 
Norma May Keigler, B.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Fellow in Bacteriology. 
Gerald Kessler, B.S., M.S., Nutrition Foundation Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 
Paul W. Knowles, John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Histology. i'' 
Norman W. Lavy, A.B., Summer Fellow in Clinical Pathology.^"^ 
Johnson S, L. Ling, A.B,, M.S., Eli Lilly Fellow in Pharmacology.* 
Sze-Jui Liu, M.D., Fellow in Medicine.^ 
David H. Looff, Fellow in Infectious Diseases.^' 
Go Lu, M.D., Fellow in Pharmacology.' 
Fern E. MacAllister, B.S., JNLD., Fellow in Psychiatry .^-^ 
Jack Mendelson, Fellow in Psychiatry.^<i 
P. Govinda Menon, M.D., Fellow in Pediatrics.^ 
George C. Peck, A.B., John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Anatomy.^ 
Henry D. Perry, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 
Gerardo B. Polanco, M.D., National Cancer Institute Trainee in Pathology. 
Giovanni Raccuglia, M.D., Anna Corman Fellow in Hematology.^ 
Mary V. Reed, A.B., A.M., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Fellow in Bacteriology .i' 
Aubrey D. Richardson, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time).^" 
George Schimert, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Thoracic Surgery.^ 
Arthur H. Schm.ale, Jr., ^LD., Fellow in Psychosomatic Medicine. 
John O. Sharrett, M.D., Fellow in Neurological Surgery.^ 
Joseph E. Shuman, Fellow in Infectious Diseases. 
Robert T. Singleton, Fellow in Infectious Diseases. 
Ursula T. Slager, B.A., M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Neuropathology.^ 
Henry H. Startznan, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Roentgenology.^ 
Thomas A. Stebbins, A.B., Medical Illustrator in Oncology and Gynecology. P.H.S. 

Cancer Teaching Program. 
Virginia Suttenfield, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. 
Kyle W. Swisher, Jr., M.D., P^ellow in Medicme (part-time). 

Resignations: Fellows. 
3 Mar. 1, 1953. 
3"^ Oct. 1, 1952. 
3b June 19, 1953. 
^ Aug. 31, 1952. 
* Half time. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 23 

Andre J. Toussant, B.S., Fellow in Bacteriology.^' 

Ira N. Tublin, B.S., Summer Fellow in Medicine. ^"^ 

Frank D. Vasington, A.B., M.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 

Emma Vestergaard, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. i"" 

Robert T. Walker, M.D., Fellow in Medicine, 

Harry F. Wilson, Jr., B.S., Fellow in Pharmacology.^^ 

Elizabeth A. Winiarz, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Robert C. Wood, B.A., M.S., U. S. Navy Research Fellow in Bacteriology. 

Joseph B. Workman, A. B., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicine. 

CONSULTANTS 

Robert W. Swain, B.S., Consultant in Radiologic Physics. 

Gordon Leslie Lippitt, B.S., M.A., M.D., Consultant in Psychiatry. 

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS 

Dorothy Doe Adams, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^" 

Elizabeth Anne Adams, Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 

Frances S. Barbusca, A.B., Research Assistant in Clinical Pathology.^' 

Edna L. Barrabee, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. i' 

Maryanne E. Berger, B.S., Research Assistant in Anatomy.^'-' 

Bernard D. Blaustein, B.S., M.A., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine. 

Abraham B. Brody, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Catherine S. Brunst, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy. 

Florence M. Burnett, B.S., M.S., R.N., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^' 

Elsa A. Burrows, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy.^* 

Shirley A. Cox, A.B., Research Assistant in Biochemistry.^ 

Delma Phelps Decsi, B.A., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry. 

Donald H. Dembo, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^'' 

Jose Cecilio Echiandia, Research Assistant in Medicine. 

William J. Elton, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. ^"^ 

Arthur J. Fisk, B.S., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine.^'* 

David Freedenberg, B.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^' 

Ella Freytag, Research Assistant in Legal Medicine. 

Jean D. Gardenier, A.B., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry .^ 

Awilda Gay, B.S., Research Assistant in Medicine. 

Joseph J. Geller, M.D., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Marion C. Glass, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^' 

Richard L. Glasser, A.B., Research Assistant in Physiology .^« 

Effective appointment dates; Fellows. '" Apr. 15, 1953. 

'• June 1 to Aug. 31, 1952. i" June 1 to Sept. 11, 1953. 

'»> June 1, 1952 to May 31, 1953. i° Mar. 1, to June 30, 1953. 

»« Nov. 1, 1952. ip April 20, 1953. 

^^ Sept. 15, 1952. i<» Sept. 15, 1952. 

^» Sept. 1, 1952. 1' Aug. 1, 1952 to June 30, 1953. 

'' Jan. 1, 1952 i« June 1 to July 31, 1953. 

'« Sept. 1, 1952 to Aug. 31, 1953. ^^ June 1, 1953 to May 31, 1954. 

"' Sept. 1, 1952 to Aug. 31, 1953. i" June 1, to Aug. 31, 1953. 

1' Oct. 15, 1952 to Sept. 30, 1953. i^ July 1 to Aug. 25, 1953. 

'^ Jan. 1, to Jan. 31, 1953. Resignations: Research Assistants. 

1" Nov. 1, 1952. 3'^Aug. 31, 1952. 

^' Sept. 1, 1952. 3d Sept. 1, 1952. 



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Eleanor G. B. Glinos, A.B., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry. 

Martin K. Gorten, A.B., M.D., Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Ruth K. Hall, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^^ 

William M. Headley, B.S., Research Assistant in Biochemistry.^^ 

Carolyn F. Hendrickson, B.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Physiology. 

June E. Hunt, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Betty I. Ives, Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^^ 

Eunice P. Kennelly, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^" 

Anna M. Laster, Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^ « 

Lydia D. Lipinski, Research Assistant in Anatomy.^' 

Joseph B. Margolin, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Doris H. Markley, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatr>'. 

John J. McLaren, B.S., Research Assistant in Anatomy (Part time).^^ 

Jack H. Mendelson, Research Assistant in Psychiatr>-.^ 

June H. Mendelson, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatr}'.^™ 

Irwin H. Moss, A.B., Research Assistant in Medicine.^^ 

Dorothy M. Peterson, Research Assistant in Medicine. 

Edwin L. Poole, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Albert M. Powell, Jr., M.D., Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^^ 

Jeannette F. Rayner, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^* 

M. Joseph Rehak, A.B., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine.^* 

Jane G. Rowell, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatr}'.'"'^' 

Martha K. Salter, R.N., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine.^P 

Arthur B. Silverstein, A.B., A.M., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^* 

Elizabeth R. Steele, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy .^^ 

Barbara T. Stewart, B.A., Research Assistant in Psjxhiatry.^" 

Karl E. Sussman, A.B., Research Assistant in Physiology .^"^ 

Patricia S. Thorpe, B.A., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry .'"^ 

Frank D. Vasington, B.S., M.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Biological 

Chemistry. 
Floris de Balbian Verster, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 
Amy Lee Wells, R.N., Research Assistant in Gynecological Pathology. 
Priscilla Rae Wilson, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy.'** 
Herbert L. Yousem, Research Assistant in Psychiatry .^*i 
Betty May Zimmerman, Research Assistant in Legal Medicine.^"" 

Effective appointment dates: Research ^p Mar. 1, 1953. 



Assistants. 
^» Feb. 1 to Dec. 31, 1953. 
It Oct. 1, 1952 to Sept. 30, 1953. 
^•^Feb. 1, 1953 to Jan. 31, 1954. 
'd June 16 to July 31, 1953. 
i« June 1 to Aug. 31, 1953. 
I'Feb. 24, 1953. 
^«Apr. 1,1953. 
'^ June 1 to Aug. 31, 1953. 
I'Mar. 1,1953. 
ij Sept. 1, 1952. 
1^ June 15 to Sept. 15, 1953. 
1' Sept. 22, 1952. 
i"" June 9, 1952. 

1'^ Nov. 15, 1952 to June 30, 1953. 
i"Nov. 17, 1952. 



i^i June 18, 1953 to Sept. 16, 1953. 

^'hec. 1, 1952. 

i«Jan. 1, to Aug. 31, 1953. 

It Feb. 16, 1953. 

1" May 1, to June 30, 1953. 

1^ June 1 to Sept. 16, 1953. 

1- Sept. 1, 1953 to Aug. 31, 1954. 

1^ June 1, 1953 to May 31, 1954. 

ly July 1, to Oct. 31, 1953. 

^' June 1 to Sept. 9, 1953. 

Resignations: Research Assistants. 

^ May 1, 1953. 

St- Jan. 31, 1953. 

3- April 30, 1953. 

3f Feb. 20, 1953. 

3k Oct. 20, 1952. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 25 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

George H. Buck, Director 

James L. Dack, Asst. Director 

Kurt H. Nork, Asst. Director 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE STAFF 

J. Edmund Br.\dley, Chairman 
D. Frank Kaltreider, Vice Chairman 
David R. Will, Secretary-Treasurer 
Rober/b. Dodd Walter L. Kilby 

Louis H. Douglass F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

Charles Reid Edwards Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Jacob E. Finesinger Milton S. Sacks 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. George H. Yeager 

Elected Members Term Expires 

Everett S. Diggs 1953 

William G. Helfrich 1953 

Harry C. Bowie 1954 

W. Kennedy Waller 1954 

Raymond K. Thompson 1955 

Charles N. Davidson 1955 

George H. Buck, Director, University Hospital] ^ ^ . , 

TT T3 «r r^ o 7 » i- ir J- • > Ex officio members 

H. Boyd Wylie, Dean, School of Medtctne J 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 

Physician-in-Chief Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Thomas P, Sprunt 
T. Nelson Carey 
Louis A. M. Krause 
William S. Love, Jr. 
Milton S. Sacks 
i Lewis P. Gunuky 
Thedore E. Woodward 
Edward F, Cotter 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr. 
Howard M. Bubert 
Samuel Morrison 
Frank J. Geraghty 
James R. Karns 
C. Edward Leach 
Sidney Scherlis 

f Irving J. Spear 
I Leon Freedom 

Neurologists \ William L. Fearing 

I Edward F. Cotter 
I George G. Merrill 



Physicians 



Dermaiolcgist-in-C'itief Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 



Dermatologists - 



26 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Co»/'<f. 

[Francis A. Ellis 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 
A. Albert Shapiro 
Israel Zeligman 
Eugene S. Bereston 

Psychiatrist-in-Chief Jacob E. Finesinger 

|H. Whitman Newell 
I Kathryn L. Schultz 

Psychiatrists JEphriam T, Lisansky 

|Maurice H. Greenhill 
[George F. Sutherland 

Pediairician-in-Chief J. Edmund Bradley 

f C. Loring Joslin 

Pediatricians \ Gordon E. Gibbs 

[a. H. Finkelstein 

PatJiologist-in-ChieJ Hugh R. Spencer 

Dexter L. Reimann 



'^ ^^ 'John A. Wagner 

Surgeon-in-Chief Charles Reid Edwards 

[George H. Yeager 
„ J Otto C. Brantigan 

1 Charles A. Reifschneider 

[ Harry C. Hull 

Neurological Surgeon-in-Chief James G. Arnold, Jr. 

, . , ^ [Richard G. Coblentz 

A eurological Surgeons \' ^ _ 

* * [Raymond K. Thompson 

Laryngologists /Thomas R. O'Rourk 

\ Frederick T. Kyper 

Proctolologist-in-ChieJ Monte Edwards 

Proctologist Thurston R. Adams 

Orthopedic Surgeon-in-Chief Allen F. Voshell 

f Moses Gellman 
^ , , . „ • I Henry F. Ullrich 

OHiwpedu Surgeons 1 MaxoN J. Wilder 

[ James P. Miller 

Urologist-in-Chief W. Houston Toulson 

[LyLE J. MiLLAN 

Urologists I Howard B. Mays 

I John D. Young 
i Martin A. Robbins 

A neslhesiologist-in-Chief Robert B. Dodd 

Anesthesiologist Paul R. Hackett 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief Brice M. Dorsey 



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Dentists . 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

f Myron S. Aisenberg 
Joseph C. Biddex 
I Harold Golton 
I Joseph P. Cappuccio 
Edward C. Dobbs 
Grayson W. Gaver 
Hugh T. Hicks 
Conrad L. Inman 
Ernest B. Nuttall 
Kenneth V. Randolph 
Wilbur O. Ramsey 



Roentgenologist-in-Chief . 
Roentgenologists 



Bronchoscopists. 



Otologist-in-Chief 

Obstetricians-in-Chief . 



Obstetricians. 



Ophthalmologist-in-Chief . 
Ophthalmologist 



Walter L. Kilby 
f Charles N. Davidson 
\ Donald J. Barnett 
I John M. Dennis 

Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Frederick T. Kyper 
\ John H. Hirschfeld 
I Richard J. Cross 
[Thomas D. Michael 

Thomas R. O'Rourk 
JLouis H. Douglass 
\D. Frank KALTREroER 

J. Morris Reese 

ISADORE A. SlEGEL 

John E. Savage 
Hugh B. McNally 
D. McClella^T) Dixon 
J. K. B. E. Seegar 
Louis C. Gareis 
George H. Davis 
J. Huff Morrison 
F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
Paul N. Friedman* 



(Ruby A. Smith 

Assistant Ophthalmologists 1 J- ^- Brumback 

(John C. Ozazewski 

Gynecologist-in-Chief J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

[Leo Brady 

1 Beverley C. Compton 

Gynecologists "j William K. Diehl 

j Everett S. Diggs 
[Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Ji 

Oncologist-in-Chief J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 



* On leave. 



28 UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954 

Charles B. Adams, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Benjamin A. Adelstein, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Vaharam Aratoon, M.B., Resident in Ophthalmology 

Robert K. Arthur, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

Charles Bagley, III, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

James S. Browne, M.D., Co-Resident in Neurosurgery: Mercy and Baltimore City Hos- 
pitals, July 1, 1953 to December 31, 1953; University Hospital, January 1, 1954 to 
June 30, 1954 

Frank E. Brumback, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Donald B, Campbell, M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 

Raymond L. Clemmens, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Nestor F. de Venecia, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Samuel VV. Deisher, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Walter S. Easterling, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

Lee W. Elgin, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Maria Paz Flor, D.D.M., Dental Resident 

James P. Gallaher, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

F. Sidney Gardner, Jr., B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 

L. Felipe Gonzalez, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

William R. Greco, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Albert R. Gutierrez, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

John R. Hankins, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Calvin Y. Hadidian, A.B., M.D., Resident in Thoracic Surgery 

William L. Heimer, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Maurice E. Hmos, D.D.S., Dental Resident 

William A. Holbrook, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Virginia Huffer, B.S., M.D., Resident in Psychiatry 

L. Virginia Hunter, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Ricardo Ibanez, M.D., Assist-ant Resident in Psychiatry 

J. Paul Johnson, Jr., B.A., M.D. , Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

August Kiel, Jr., M.D., Co-Resident in Neurosurgery: University Hospital, July 1, 1953 
to December 31, 1953; Mercy and Baltimore City Hospitals, January 1, 1954 to June 
30, 1954. 

John M. Krager, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Frank G. Kuehn, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Henry E. Langenfelder, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Santiago Lombana, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

George H. Longley, M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

John W. Looper, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Charles W. McGrady, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Kathleen R. McGrady, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr., M.D., Resident in Surgery 

P. GoviNDA Menon, B.S., M.B., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Francesco Michienzi, M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry^ 

Edmund B. Middleton, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

1 September 10, 1953. 



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Eduardo M. Morales, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

William A. Niermann, M.D., Resident in Pediatrics 

WiLLL\M F. Peterson, M.D,, Resident in Gynecology 

Albert M. Powell, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics* 

Edward C. Prevost, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 

Jonas R. Rappeport, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

Howard F. Raskin, A.B., M.D., Resident in Medicine 

Eugene B, Rex, M.D., Resident in Otolaryngology* 

Georgia Reynolds, M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Henry G. Reeves, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Aubrey D. Richardson, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

G. V. Rama Row, M.B., B.S., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Jordan M. Scher, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

James A. Sewell, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Nathaniel Sharp, M.D., Assistant Resident in Orthopedics, serving at Baltimore City 

Hospitals 
John O. Sharrett, M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery 
Charles E. Simons, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
George H. Smith, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 
Herbert K. Speers, M.D., Assistant Residetit in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
John Spiropoulos, M.D., Externe in Pediatrics 
Henry H. Startzman, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Roentgenology 
John F. Strahan, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
\V. J. Tanenbaum, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 
Bate C. Toms, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
John H. Young, B.A., M.D., Residetit in Psychiatry 

ROTATING INTERNS 



Ce.\rles W. Brady, A.B., M.D. 
Herbert S. Bell, M.D. 
Joseph R. Bove, B.S., M.D. 
G. Ross Brinkley, Jr., A.B., M.D. 
Walter H. Byerly, A.B., M.D. 
Geoffrey C. R. Carey, M.D. 
John B. Codington, B.S., M.D. 
Stephen C. Cromwell, Jr., B.A., M.D. 
Wy.\nd F. Doerner, Jr., B.S., M.D. 
Robert W. Gibbes, B.S., M.D. 
WiLLLUi S. Riser, B.S., M.D. 
Herbert H. Leighton, M.D. 
Sadredin Musavi, A.B., M.D, 
John K. Pearson, A.B., M.D. 



Jose Ramirez-Rivera, B.A., M.D. 
James L. Read, B.S., M.D. 
LEwas C. Richmond, Jr., M.D. 
Philip Sheenberg, M.D. 
Robert T. Singleton, B.S., M.D. 
W. Howry Slasm.\n, A.B., M.D. 
Douglas H. Smith, B.A., M.D. 
Louis M. Sod, B.A., M.D. 
William A. Tyson, B.S., M.D. 
Karl H. Weaver, A.B., M.D. 
Joel S. Webster, B.S., M.D. 
Israel H. Weiner, B.A., M.D. 
Francis E. Winslow, Jr., A.B., M.D. 



INTERN IN NEUROSURGERY 
R.\fael Longo-Cordero, B.S., M.D. 

DENTAL INTERN 
Carmen V. Rodriquez Mettee, B.S., D.D.S. 



*July 1 to Aug. 31, 1953. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF 

Kurt H. Nork Director 

Chief of Medical Clinic Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Assistant Chief , Medical Clinic Joseph C. Furnari 



Consultants. 



Physicians . 



Chi-ef of Gastro-Enterology Clinic . 
Assistant Gastro-Enterologist . . . . 
Chief of Neurology Clinic 



Assistant Neurologists. 



William H. Triplett 
T. Nelson Carey 
Edward F. Cotter 
Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr. 

E. T. LiSANSKY 

William K. Waller 
Louis V. Blum 
Kurt Levy 
James R. Karns 
Jonas Cohen 
John B. DeHofp 
Robert E. Bauer 
Donald Mintzer 
Henry W. Holljes 
Robert T. Parker 
William F. Cox, III 
Marvin Goldstein 
Walter Karfgin 
Joseph Muse 
Stanley Steinback 
Stephen Magness 
Joseph B. Workman 

. . Wm. Carl Ebeling, III 

. Albert J. Shochat 

. Leon Freedom 

f William L. Fearing 
1 Harry A. Teitelbaum 



Chief of Chest Clinic Meyer W. Jacobson 

Assistant, Diseases of the Lungs Manuel Levin 

Chief of Diabetic Clinic Perry O. Futterman 

Assistant Joseph G. Bird 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic C. Edward Leach 

Wilfred H. Townshend 
Rollin C. Hudson 
Sidney Scherlis 
Stephen J. Van Lill, III 
James J. Nolan 
E. R. Smith 

Chi^f of Allergy Clinic Howard M. Bubert 

Assistant Chiefs of Allergy Clinic /Irvin B. Kemick 

\ Jerome Sherman 



Assistant Cardiologists. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT -cont'd. 

Assistant Allergists [Edward S. Kallins 

[Raymond M. Lauer 



Director of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic . 
Chief of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic . . 

Dermatologists and Syphilologists 



Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

Francis A. Ellls 
Israel Zeligman 
A. Albert Shapiro 
R. C. V. Robinson 
Eugene S. Bereston 

VVlLLlAM R. BuNDICK 

f Morris M. Cohen 

Assistant Dermatologists and Syphilologists <{ Mark B. Hollander 

[Lee R. Lerman 

Chief of the Arthritis Clinic Leon A. Kochman 

Director of Psychiatric Clinic Maurice H. Greenhill 

Director of Child Guidance Clinic H. Whitman Newell 

Kathryn L. Schultz 
Hans W. Loewald 

Ephriam Lisansky 
isadore tuerz 
Sam Novey 
G. S. Ingalls 
Enoch Gallaway, III 
William N. Fitzpatrick 
Marion Mathews 
Mar\in Jaefe 
Virginia Suttoneield 
George F. Sutherfield 
Manfred S. Guttmacher 
Klaus W. Berblinger 
Kent E. Robinson 
Jerome Styrt 
William W. Magruder 
Fern E. MacAllister 
Arthur H. Schmale, Jr. 
Fra^tk R. Holter 

Chief Roentgenologist Walter L. Kilby 

(Charles N. Davidson 
Donald J. Barnett 
John M. Dentstts 

Director, Pediatric Clinic A. H. Finkelstein 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic Samuel S. Click 



Assistant Psychiatrists . 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEFARTMENT-Cont'd. 

Aelnold F. Lavenstein 
Thomas E. Weeks 
J. Carlton Wich 
Howard Goodman 
Assistant Pediatricians \ Melvin N. Borden 



A ssistant Surgeons . 



Lester Caplan 
Ruth B. Baldwin 
Edward Field 
Garret E. Deane 

Director, Pediatric Cardiac Clinic Sidney Scherlis 

Assistant Director, Pediatric Cardiac Clinic. . . . Gibson J. Wells 

Assistant Pediatrician, Cardiac Clinic Mary Hayleck 

Director, Pediatric Seizure Clinic Ruth B. Baldwin 

Director, Pediatric Chest Clinic Louis V. Blum 

Director, Developmental Clinic Annie M. Bestebreurtje 

Chief of Surgical Clinic Robert C. Sheppard 

Samuel E. Proctor 
William B. Settle 
Karl F. Mech 
James N. Cianos 
William D. Lynn 
David R. Will 

Chief of Plastic Surgery Edward A. Kitlowski 

Chief of Orthopedic Surgery Clinic Allen Fiske Voshell 

Moses Gellman 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Milton J. Wilder 
James P. Miller 
Robert C. Abrams 
Everett D. Jones 
John J. Tansey 
Robert T. Strang 

Chief of Urology Clinic W. Houston Toulson 

f John F. Hogan 
I Lyle J. Millan 

Assistant Urologists | Howard B. Mays 

1 John D. Young, Jr. 
[Martin A. Robbins 



Assistant Orthopedic Surgeons. 



Chief of Otolaryngology Clinic Benjamin S. Rich 

Otolaryngologists 

Chief of Proctology Clinic Monte Edwards 



Samuel L. Fox 
Richard J. Cross 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— C(w/'(i. 



Assistant Proctologists. 



Chief of Gynecology Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Gynecology Clinic. 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



f Thurston R. Adams 
I Donald B. Hebb 
William J. Supik 
Raymond Cunningham 
[John D. Rosin 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Beverley C. Compton 

William K. Diehl 

Everett S. Diggs 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 

W. Allen Deckert 

Helen I. Maginnis 

I Charles B. Marek 

(^Theodore Kardash 

(]. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Beverley C. Compton 

Female Cystoscopists j William K. Diehl 

I Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
[Everett S. Diggs 

Chief of Dental Clinic Brice M. Dorsey 

A.ssistant Chief of Dental Clinic Joseph P. Cappuccio 

Chief of Obstetrical Clinic J. Huff Morrison 

Assistant Chief of Obstetrical Clinic Margaret B. Ballard 

J. K. B. E. Seegar 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
George H. Davis 
I Theodore Kardash 
I Harry McB. Beck 
I W^iLLiAM A. Dodd 
j Irvin p. Klemkowski 
I Clarence W. Martin 
^Vernon C. Kelly 
Harry Cohen 
Thomas C. Webster 
Vincent DeP. Fitzpatrick 
Ernest Scher 
James H. Shell, Jr. 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Daniel Ehrlich 
William D. Gentry 

Chief of Oncology Clinic, Gynecological Division J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Beverley C. Compton 
V^'^.LIAM K. Diehl 

Assistants in Gynecological Division ] Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 

Everett S. Diggs 



Assistant Obstetricians. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— a»^'rf. 

fARTHITR G. SlWINSKI 

E. Eugene Covington 

Assistants in Surgical Division < J. Duer Moores 

j Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
[Louis E. Goodman 

Chief of Vascular Clinic George H. Yeager 

Assistant Chief of Vascular Clinic Raymond Cunningham 

Medical Consultant — Vascular Clinic Lewis P. Gundry 

Chief of Ophthalmology Clinic F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

f Paul N. Friedman* 
Ruby A. Smith 
Assistant Ophthalmologists 1 D- J- McHenry 

I J. E. Brumback, Jr. 

(John C. Ozazewski 

Associate Professor of Speech, University of 

Maryland at College Park Merle Ansberry, Ph.D. 



OLT-PATIENT REPORT 



Department 

Allergy 

Arthritis 

Cardiology 

Cystoscopy (Gyn) . . . 
Cystoscopy (G.U.) . . . 

Dermatology 

Dep't"S"i 

Diabetic 

Ear, Nose & Throat . . 

Endocrine 

Eye 

Gastro Intestinal .... 

Genito Urinary 

Gynecology 

Hematology 

Medicine 

Neurology 

Neuro Surgery 

Obstetrics 

Occupational Therapy 
Oncology 



i2 TO JA 


.NUARY 


1, 1953 




New Cases 


Re-Visits 


Referrei* 


Tttal 


52 


3683 


65 


3800 


21 


277 


27 


325 


24 


1015 


78 


1117 


83 


326 





409 


51 


35 





86 


900 


3910 


664 


5474 


98 


2158 


322 


2578 


22 


1193 


53 


1268 


345 


1181 


433 


1959 


6 


227 


17 


250 


442 


2363 


524 


3329 


65 


403 


71 


539 


222 


958 


143 


1323 


782 


3875 


617 


5274 


13 


330 


36 


379 


897 


5678 


688 


7263 


26 


243 


80 


349 


92 


326 


105 


523 


1536 


13127 





14663 


1 


1058 


59 


1118 


127 


1466 


94 


1687 



• On Leave. 

* A referral has already been a patient in the Out-patient Department, and has been 
referred to one of the clinics for treatment or consultation. 

^ S>T3hilology Clinic. 



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OUT-PATIENT REPORT— Cow^J. 

Department New Cases Re-Visils 

OrafSurgery 102 701 

Orthopedic 591 2535 

Pediatric 2340 5825 

Pediatric Cardiology 30 250 

Pediatric Chest 22 173 

Pediatric Seizure 88 383 

Ph3'sical Therapy 2 2094 

Plastic Surgery 11 16 

Proctology 45 260 

Psychiatry 19 2562 

Surgery 1656 6886 

Tuberculosis 79 1138 

Vascular 24 344 

Clinics Eslahlisked July 1052 

Well Baby2 285 2068 

Minor Surgery 45 

Circumcision 28 

Comprehensive Medicine' 54 

Total 11,099 69,194 



Referred* 


Total 


278 


1081 


450 


3576 


86 


8251 


1 


281 


6 


201 


4 


475 


324 


2420 


10 


37 


108 


413 


286 


2867 


760 


9302 


210 


1427 


53 


421 


1 


2354 


3 


48 


3 


31 


1 


55 



6,660 



86,952 



MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

Director Henry W. D. Holljes 

Assistant Director Martha Curtis 

The Medical Care Clinic of the University of Maryland is the result of a study 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland in cooperation with the 
State Planning Commission. The present Clinic, located on the third floor of 
the Out-patient Department Building, is the first of its kind in this country. 
Public assistance clients are referred to the Clinic by the Baltimore City Health 
Department and are scheduled for an initial physical examination by physicians 
affiliated with the University of Maryland. A family physician is chosen by the 
patient from a list available at the Clinic. Copies of the individual's medical 
history and examinations are sent to the physician selected, who then becomes 
responsible for the medical care of the patient. 

The Medical Care Program is, in this way, an entirely new approach to the 
problem of the indigent patient. For the first time, he becomes the responsibility 
of a private physician. This places the practice of medicine to the indigent on a 
par with the practice of private medicine. 

After the initial examination, the Clinic functions as a diagnostic center to 
serve the needs of the neighborhood practitioner. Consultants working in the 



2 Maintained by the City Department of Health in cooperation \\\\h the Department 
of Pediatrics. 

^ Directed by the Department of Psychiatry, * 



36 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Medical Care Clinic are available and at present represent Medicine, Surgery, 
Gynecology and Otolaryngology. Others will be added as required. 

The Clinic functions between 8:30 and 4:30 daily. Registrations and referrals 
are conducted in the morning. Clinical examinations and consultations are held 
during the afternoon. Approximately eighty neighborhood physicians have 
agreed to work with the Medical Care Program. Twenty-five members of the 
Out-patient Department and University Hospital StaflF will conduct examinations 
in the Clinic. 

The Faculty Committee on Post Graduate Education has also undertaken plans 
to provide instruction to all affiliated physicians. 

4,606 public assistance clients have been assigned to this Clinic. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 
BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Walter D. Wise, Chairman 

Mother M. Bernadette Sister M. Brendan 

Sister M. Veronica Henry F. Bongardt 

Sister M. Carmel H. Raymond Peters 

Sister M. Ellen Marie Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Sister M. Frances Louise Daniel J. Pessagno 

Sister M. Damlan J. Shelton Eastl.\nd 

Sister M. Thomas Frank K. Morris 

Sister M. Hildegard Sol Smith 

ADVISORY BOARD OF MERCY HOSPITAL 

Most Reverend Lawrence J. Sheehan August B. Haneke 

Henry C. Evans Samuel H. Hoffberger 

Thomas B. Butler James W. McElroy 

H. C. Byrd Allen W. Morton 

Charles C. Conlon S. Page Nelson 

Clarence E. Elderkin Thomas W. Pangborn 

Richard A. Froehlinger William F. Sciimick 
William L. Galvin 

MERCY H0SPIT.\L STAFF 

Surgeon-in-Chief Walter D. Wise 

[Elliott H. Hutchins 
I D. J. Pessagno 
J F. L. Jennings 

S^'^^»' ^Thomas R. Chambers 

' William F. Rienhoff 
Henry F. Bongardt 



i; 



Neurological Surgeon in Chief James D. Arnold, Jr. 

Consultant Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr. 



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Neurological Surgeons 



Associate Surgeons. 



Assistant Surgeons 



Thoracic Surgeon-ifi-Chief. 
Plastic Surgeons 



Ophthalmologist-in-Ckief . 
Associate Ophthaimologist. 



Associate OpMhalmolo gists and Otologists 



Consulting Rhinologisis and Laryngolo gists 
Consultant Rhinologist and Laryngologist . . 



Associate Rhinologisis and Laryngologists 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF--C(W/*J. 

Richard B. Coblentz 
Frank J. Otenasek 
John W. Chambers 
Raymond K. Thompson 
Robert N. Crosby 

I. 0. RiDGELY 

James VV. Nelson 
Howard B. McElwain 
Simon H. Brager 
John A. O'Connor 
Charles W. Maxson 
I. RmGEWAY Trimble 
Raymond F. Helfrich 

Julius Goodman 
S. Demarco, Jr. 

T. J. TOUHEY 

William N. McFaul, Jr. 
Meyer H. Zu ravin 
Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
Wm. C. Dunnigan 
Harold H. Burns 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaefer 
F. Ford Loker 

I Patrick C. Phelan, Jr. 

I Michael L. DeVincentis 

I Harold P. Biehl 

[Kirk Moore 
William L. Garlick 

TEdward a. Kitlowski 

\ Clarence P. Scarborough 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
Joseph V. Jeppi 
M. Raskin 
Joseph I. Kemler 
[F. a. Pacienza 

fw. Raymond McKenzie 
\ George W. Mitchell 

Waitman F. Zinn 

f Fayne a. Kayser 
I Benjamin S. Rich 
•(Theodore A. Schwartz 

Benjamin H. Isaacs 

Arthur Ward 



38 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF—Con/'i. 

[John M. Rehberger^ 

Assistant Rhinologist and Laryngologist ] Harry P. Porter^ 

[ James J. Gerlach 

Bronchoscopist-in-Chief Waitman F. Zinn^ 

Associate Bronchoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

Assistant Bronchoscopists [Theodore A. Schwartz 

[Robert Z. Berry 

Orthopaedic Surgeon-in-Chief H. L. Rogers 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeon Henry F. Ullrich 

[l. H. Maseritz 

Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons <;!* ' ^ 

I Isaac Gutman 

[Everett D. Jones 

Proctologist-in-Chief Simon P. Bracer 

Associate Proctologist William J. Supik 

Urologist-in-Chief Ken-neth D. Legge 



Associate Urologists 



Leon K. Fargo 
Francis W. Gillis 
J. S. Haines 
[Joseph H. Menning 



Dermatologist-in-Chief Francis A. Ellis 

{Eugene S. Bereston 
R. C. V. Robinson 
, William R. Bundick 

Dentist J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Consulting Physician Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Consultant, Diseases of the Chest H. Vernon Langeluttig 

Physician-in-Chief H. Raymond Peters 

Thomas P. Sprunt 
George McLean 
J. Sheldon Eastland 
_, , , .Louis A. M. Krause 

P'-y^-^'""' i Thomas CWOLPP 

j T. Nelson Carey 
Sol Smith 
[ S. Edwin Muller 

3 Resigned March 26, 1953. 



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ssociau Physicians. 



Assuiam Physicians 



Chief of Gastro-Enterology . . . . 
Consultant Gastro-Enterologist . 
A ssociuie Gastro-Enterologist . . 

Consulting Pediairician 

Pediairician-in-Chief 

Associate Pediatrician 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

Bartus T. Baggott 
Wetherbee Fort 
Hugh J. Welch 
Frederick J. Vollmer 
William H. Kammer 
J. Emmett Queen 
John C. Osborne 
Henry J. L. Marriott 
James J. Nolan 

S. A. TUMMINELLO 

J. Howard Burns 
Earl L. Chambers 

K. W. GOLLEY 

John R. Davis, Jr. 
Arthur Karfgln 
Maurice Feldman, Jr. 
E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr. 
Richard A. Carey 
Fran^k T. Kasik, Jr. 
Wllliam H. Grenzer 
Thaddius C. Siwinski* 
William J. Ebeling 
Maurice Feldman 



Assistant Pediatricians 



Considting Neurologist 

Neuro-Psychiatrist-in-Chief . 



Associate Neurologists and Psychiatrists . 



Philip D. Flynn 
Edgar B. Friedenwald 
Frederick B. Smith 
G. Bowers Mansdorfer 

C Jerome Fineman 

I 0. Walter Spurrier 

I Israel P. Meranski 

I Edward L. Frey, Jr. 

J Earl Weeks 

] Donald D. Cooper 

JOSEPH M. Cordi 

I J. Carlton Wich 

j David Josephs^ 

J^Frederich J. Heldrich^ 

. Antorew C. Gillis 
Philip F. Lerner 

[George G. Merrill 
Edward L. Suarez-Murias 

j Frederick S. Wolf^ 

IJohn C. Brickner 

j William A. Rinn 

I Frank A yd, Jr. 



* On Leave. 



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Anesthesiologist 

Consulting Obstetrician . 

Obstetrician-in-Chief. . . 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Con't. 

James Russo 

Edward P. Smith 



Obstetricians. 



Associate Obstetricians 



Assistant Obstetricians. 



John J. Erwin 
Thomas K. Galvin 
Frank K. Morris 
Hugh B. McNally 
William C, Duffy 
Harry F. Kane 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

WiLLLAM A. DODD 

Harry McB. Beck 

Joseph C. Sheehan 
Robert B. Tunney 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Anthony DiPaula 
J. Brooke Boyle, Jr. 

John F. Ullsperger 
Vincent deP. Fitzpatrick, Jr. 
William D. Gentry, Jr. 
Walter K. Spelsberg 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
H. Howard Burns 

Thomas K. Galvin 

[Edward P. Smith 
John J. Erwin 
[frank K. Morris 

George A. Strauss, Jr. 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
< William A. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 

Gerald A. Galvin 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Robert B. Tunney 
Harry F. Kane 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
John F. Ullsperger 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Vincent deP. Fitzpatrick 
William D. Gentry, Jr. 

Pathologist-in-Chief C. Gardner Warner 

Consultant Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer 

Clinical Pathologist H. T. Collenberg 

Clinical Eematologist H. Raymond Peters 

Clinical Biochemist Charles E. Brambel 



Gynecologist-in-Chief . 
Gynecologists 



Associate Gynecologists. 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Conrd. 

Sister Paula Marie 
Sister M. Conrad 
Eleanor Behr 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Constance Chapman 
Technicians i Florese Samorodin 



Mary Meyer 
Patricia Fogarty 
Ann Rogers 
Theresa Papiri 
Geraldine Dabrzykowski 

Radiologist Edward R. Dana 

Supemsor {X-ray) Elizabeth Kenly, R.N. 

Sister M. Juliena 



Technicians (X-ray). 



Sara Cross 
Ruth May, R.N. 
Ruth Hall 
Shirley Horner 



MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 
JULY 1, 1953— JUNE 30, 1954 

RESIDENT STAFF 

William B. Reyer, Jr., M.D Co-Resident in Surgery 

Leonard G. Hamberry, A.B., M.D Co-Resident in Surgery 

Frank A. Theuerkauf, Jr., M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Robert A. Moore, Jr., A.B., M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Fausto M. Prezioso, M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Ira B. Anderson, B.S., M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Calvin Y. Hadidlan, B.A., M.D Resident in Thoracic Surgery 

James S. Browne, M.D Resident in Neurosurgery 

(July 1, 1953 to Dec. 31, 1953) 
August Kiel, Jr., M.D Resident in Neurosurgery 

(Jan. 1, 1954 to June 30, 1954) 

Francis J. Januszeski, B.S., M.D Resident in Pathology 

MiLAGROS M. CoRREA, M.D Resident in Gynecology 

Edward M. Barczak, M.D Resident in Obstetrics 

Joseph T. Michels, B.S., M.D Assistant Residejit in Gyn and Obs 

James M. McDonald, Jr., B.S., M.D Assistant Resident in Gyn and Obs 

Herbert Eckert, B.S., M.D Resident Pediatrician 

Clara F. Manalo-Santamaria, A.A., M.D Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

E. Paul Coffay, Jr., B.S., M.D Resident in Medicine 

William G. Esmond, B.S., M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Harry B. Scott, B.A., M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Jacento Gochoco, A.A., M.D Tunior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Robert J. Lyden, M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Nicholas C. Garcia, M.D Resident in Dentistry 



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ROTATING INTERNES 



George H. Beck, A.B., M.D. 
James G. Boyes, Jr., B.A., M.D. 
Charles F. Carroll, Jr., B.S., M.D. 
Donald S. Carter, M.D. 
Roy J. Fischer, M.D. 
Leonard H. Flax, B.S., M.D. 
John W. Heisse, Jr., A.B., M.D. 
Thomas L. Jones, B.S., M.D. 
Thomas C. Lee, B.S., M.D. 



George H. Miller, B.S., M.D. 
Joseph F. Palmisano, B.S., M.D. 
CoRBETT L. Quinn, A.B., M.D. 
Richard E. Schindler, B.S., M.D. 
James R. Troxel, A.B., M.D. 
David G. Wallin, B.S., M.D. 
Jack T. Watson, B.S., M.D. 
Harry S. Weeks, Jr., A.B., M.D. 



MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF 



Dispensary Director 

Director of Surgical Clinic 
Chief of Surgical Clinic . . . 



Sister M. Anita 
Walter D. Wise 
Harold H. Burns 

(l. Ridgeway Trimble 

' Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
William C. Dunnigan 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaefer 

-j F. Ford Loker 
Patrick C. Phelan 
Arthur G. Siwinski 
Melvin F. P01.EK 
Michael L. DeVincentis 
Paul R. Ziegler 
Harold P. Biehl 

I^KiRK Moore 

Chief of Plastic Surgery Edward A. Kitlowski 

Assistant in Plastic Surgery Clarence P. Scarborough 

Chief of Urology Clinic Kenneth D. Legge 



Assistant Surgeons. 



Assistant Urologists 



Francts W. Gillis 
L. K. Fargo 
John S. Haines 
Joseph H. Menning 



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Chief of Proctology Clinic Simon H. Brager 

Assistant Proctologist Willi.am J. Supik 

Chief of Orthopaedic Clinic Harry L. Rogers 

Henry F. Ullrich 
Isaac Gutman 

Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons Jason H. Gaskel 

I. H. Maseritz 
Everett D. Jones 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF— Co«rrf. 
Chief oj Thoracic-Surgery Clinic William L. Garlick 

Consulting Neuro-Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr. 

Chief of Neuro-Surgery James G. Arnold, Jr. 

f John W. Chambers 

Neurosurgeons -j Frank J. Otenasek 

[Raymond K. Thompson 



Chiefs of Medical Clinic . 



Director of Medical Clinic H. Raymond Peters 

fSoL SanxH 

\ S. Edwin Muller 

[Frederick J. Vollmer 
I William H. Kammer 
John R. Davis 
J. Emmett Queen 
Charles F. O'Donnell 
Arthur Karfgin 
John C. Osborne 

Assistant Physicians •( Maurice Feldman, Jr. 

James J. Nolan 
E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr. 
Thaddeus C. Siwinski* 
j Donald J. Roop 
Richard A. Carey 
William H. Grenzer 
Frank T. Kasek, Jr. 

Chief of Allergy Clinic S. Edwin Muller 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic Thomas C. Wolff 

A ' , , n J- 1 ' * /Leon Ashman 

Assistant Cardtologtsts < _. ^ , , , 

* [Henry J. L. Marriott 

Chief of Metabolism Clinic J. Sheldon Eastland 

Assistant in Metabolism Clinic J. Emmett Queen 

Chief of Gastro- Enter ology Clinic Karl W. Ebeling 

Associate Gastro-Enterologist Philip D. Flynn 

Consulting Gastro-Enterologist Maurice Feldman, Sr. 

Director of Pediatric Clinic Fred B. Smith 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic G. Bowers Mansdorfer 

Israel T. Meranski 
O. Walter Spurrier 

..,,„,.,.. J Edward L. Frey, Jr. 

Assistant Pedtatrtcvans {^ ... •' 

Earl Weeks 

Joseph Cordi 

D.avid Josephs* 



* On Leave. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF— Cont'd. 

Associate in Pediatric-Neurology Robert L. Crosby 

Chief of Neurologic and Psychiatric Clinics Philip F. Lerner 

Associate Neurologist and Psychiatrist George G. Merrill 

/Andrew C. Gillis 
\Edvvard L. Suarez-Mukias 

[Frank J. A yd, Jr. 
JjoHN C. Brickner 

JWlLLIAM A. RiNN 

[Frederick F. Wolf' 



Consulting Psychiatrists . 



Assistant Neurologist and Psychiatrists . 



Director of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic. 
Assistant Dermatologists and Sy philolo gists . 



Oncologic 

Director of Anticoagulant Clinic 

Medical Director of A nticoagulant Clinic . 

Director of Gynecology 

Chief of the Gynecology Clinic 



. Francis A. Ellis 

fR. C. V. Robinson 
A Eugene S. Bereston 
[William R. Bundick 

. James W. Nelson 
. Charles E. Brambel 
. h. t. collenberg 
. Thomas K. Galvin 
. . Frank K. Morris 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



Jr. 



J. J. Erwin 

Charles H. Doeller, 

William A. Dodd 

Harry F. Kane 

Harry McB. Beck 

William C. Duefy 

Joseph C. Sheehan 

Robert B. Tunney 

Gerald A. Galvin 

John M. Palese 

John F. Ullsperger 

F. X. Paul Tinker 

Vincent dePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr. 

Anthony DiPaula 



Chief of Obstetrical Clinic John J. Erwin 



Assistant Obstetricians 



Harry F. Kane 

William A. Dodd 

Harry McB. Beck 

Joseph C. Sheehan' 

Robert B. Tunney 

William J. Rysanek, Jr. 

Anthony DiPaula 

John F. Ullsperger 

Vincent DePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr. 

J, Brooke Boyle, Jr. 



' On Leave. 



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MERCY^HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STkYF—Con'L 
Associate Esophagoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

TTheodore a. Schwartz 
BEN7AMIN H. Isaacs 

I Arthur Ward 

Assistant' Rhinologists and Laryngol agists ^Robert Z. Berry 

John M. Rehberger^ 
Harry P. Porter 
James J. Gerlach 

Chief of Opliihalmology Clinic M. Raskin 

F. A. Pacienza 



Assistant Ophthalmologists , _ _. ^ 

^ (Joseph V. Jeppi 

Chief of Dental Clinic J. D. Fusco 

Assistant Chief, Dental Clinic Edward R. Stinebert 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Radiology Edward R. Dana 

Anesthesiology James Russo 

-,,.,, . , [Leon Hannan 

Phystotheraptsts < . _, „ 

[Alice R. Hannan 

Director Social Seroice Department Sister M. Scholastica 

MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 

MERCY HOSPIT.\L 

Director S. EDW^N Muller 

Assistant Director M. Patrica Lemmon 

The Medical Care Clinic at Mercy Hospital is one of six special clinics established 
and conducted for the Baltimore City Health Department. These clinics were established 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the State Planning Commission. 
The program takes up an unmet need for the indigent. 

The City Welfare Department certifies recipients of public assistance to the Health 
Department. The Health Department in turn, assigns recipients to one of the medical 
care clinics operated by local hospitals, namely — Johns Hopkins, Sinai, University of 
Maryland, Mercy, Provident and South Baltimore. The clinic assignments are made 
primarily on a geographic basis. 

During the current year the Medical Care Clinic at Mercy Hospital is providing facil- 
ities for three thousand clients. It provides the eligible individual an initial physical 
examination, chest X-ray, bacteriological and other laboratory tests as indicated. Ar- 
rangements are also made by the Clinic to have each client register with a family physi- 
cian of his or her choice selected from those Baltimore physicians who have agreed to par- 
ticipate in the program. The Clinic notifies the physician chosen, and sends to him a 
complete written report of the physical findings. 

The plan gives physicians an opportunity for contacts with the personnel and diagnostic 
facilities of the participating hospitals. At the request of the client's physician, consul- 
tation services of the Staff at Mercy are made available. These services include Medicine, 
Surgery, Gynecology, Urology, Orthopedics, Dermatology, Neurology and other specialties, 
together with clinical laboratory facilities. 



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The Mercy Clinic is located on the 4th floor of the College Building. It includes a 
reception area, offices and examming rooms. An active personnel of Doctors, Nurses, 
Medical Technician and Medical Secretary are on duty from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 

MERCY HOSPITAL OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 1952 TO JANUARY 1, 1953 

Visits 

New Old Total 

Medical Clinks 

Allergy 7 21 28 

Cardiac 65 410 475 

Diabetes 32 735 767 

Gastro-Intestinal 29 126 155 

Medicine 759 2901 3660 

Neurology 132 600 732 

Skin 327 748 1075 

Surgical Clinics 

Genito-Urinary 78 232 310 

Neurological Surgery 63 122 185 

Orthopedics 222 437 659 

Proctology 68 72 140 

Surgery 1164 2952 4116 

Surgical FoUow Up 139 499 638 

Oilier Clinics 

Bronchoscopic 148 233 381 

Dental 194 120 314 

Eye 331 369 700 

Gynecology 455 1194 1649 

Medical Care 484 484 

Nose & Throat 545 804 1349 

Pediatrics 676 1532 2208 

Physiotherapy 10 206 216 

Prenatal 326 2293 2619 

Postnatal 231 1 232 

Total 6485 16607 23092 

Special Service Departments 

Basal Metabolism Tests 72 

Cystoscopic Examinations 46 

Electrocardiographs 190 

X-ray Patients 2118 

Total 25,518 



THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 
STAFF, 1953-1954 
Parkee J. McMiLLiN, Superintendent 
Sur^eon-in-Chief Otto C. Bkantigan, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons. 



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BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

James C. Owings, M.D. 

I. Ridge WAY Trimble, M.D. 

Amos Koontz, M.D. 

Thitrston R. Adams, M.D. 

Harry C. Bowie, M.D. 

Donald B. Hebb, M.D. 

Richard Garhett, M.D. 

Joseph Miller, M.D. 

,...,. ^, . „ /William L. Garlick, M.D. 

Vtsttmg Thoracic Surgeon <„ . ^ \,t^ 

* * \R. Adams Cowley, M.D. 

Consultant in Traumatic Surgery C. A. Reifschneider, M.D. 

Visiting Hand Surgeon Raymond M. Curtis, M.D. 

Visiting Gastro-Enterologist William Eberling, M.D, 

[Richard G. Coblentz, M.D. 
Visiting N euro-Surgeons { James G. Arnold, M.D. 

[r. K. Thompson, M.D. 

A ', . rr- ♦.• Tir a fWlLLIAM MOSBERG, M.D. 

Assistant Vistttng Neuro-Surgeon <_, ^^^rr- ^tt^ 

* * (Robert M. N. Crosby, M.D. 

Consultant Neuro-Surgeon Charles Bagley, M.D. 

Consultant in Plastic Surgery Edward A. Kitlowski, M.D. 

Visiting Plastic Surgeon Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D. 

Visiting Proctologist Monte Edwards, M.D. 

fw. Houston Toulson, M.D. 
... „ , . J Howard B. Mays, M.D. 

Vtstting Urologists 1 Hugh Jewitt, M.D. 

[John D. Young, M.D. 
Chief Gynecologist Beverley C. Compton, M.D. 

William K. Diehl, M.D. 

Everett S. Diggs, M.D. 

Edward R. Richardson, Jr., M.D. 
^Gerald Galvin, M.D. 

(Allen F. Voshell, M.D. 
Visiting Orthopedic Surgeons \Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

(Isaac A. Gutman, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Orthopedic Surgeons { Everett D. Jones, M.D. 

[John Tansey, M.D. 

Consultant Otolaryngologist John Bordley, M.D. 

[Fred T. Kyper, M.D. 
Visiting Otolaryngologists \ Alfred T. Lieberman, M.D. 

[John Herschfeld, M.D. 

Visiting Ophthalmologist William Marr, M.D. 

Visiting Oncologist Arthur G. Siwinski, M.D. 

[Alfred T. Nelson, M.D. 

Visiting Anesthesiologists j Theodore Stacy, M.D. 

Leonard Abramovitz, M.D. 



Visiting Gynecologists. 



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BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Con/'d. 

Consultant in Peripheral Vascular Diseases George H. Yeager, M.D. 

Chief Pathologist To be appointed 

Visiting Neuropathologist John A. Wagner, M.D. 

Consultant in Psychiatry Esther L. Richards, M.D. 

Chief Radiologist John DeCarlo, Jr., M.D. 

Visiting Radiologist Herbert Copeland, M.D. 

Chief Pediatrician Harold E. Harrison, M.D. 

Assistant Chief Pediatrician Laurence Finburg, M.D. 

Milton Markowitz, M.D. 
Visiting Pediatricians. 



Assistant Chief Physicians . 



Visiting Physicians. 



Arnold Tramer, M.D. 

Talmage Pinkney, M.D. 

Paul F. Wehrle, M.D. 

Chief Hospital Physician — Tuberculosis H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D. 

Assistant Hospital Physician — Tuberculosis Edmund G. Beacham, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians — Tuberculosis John H. Hirschfeld, M.D. 

Chief Physician George S. Mirick, M.D. 

/Douglas Carroll, M.D. 
\Howard K. Rathbun, M.D. 

Louis A. M. Krause, M.D. 

Julius Waghelstein, M.D. 

Julius Krevans, M.D. 

C. Gordon Wis well, M.D. 

John T. King, M.D. 

C. Holmes Boyd, M.D. 

A. McGhee Harvey, M.D. 

A. Murray Fisher, M.D. 

Orlyn Wood, M.D. 

Willlam G. Speed, III, M.D. 

Crawford Kirkpatrick, M.D. 

Ernest Cross, M.D. 

Joseph King, M.D. 

L. A. M. Krause, M.D. 

Joseph Bunim, M.D. 

fjOHNH. Miller, M.D. 

Milton Landowne, M.D. 

Donald M. Watkins, M.D. 

[Joseph A. Falzone, M.D. 

Physiologist Nathan W. Shock, PH.D. 

Visiting Neurologist J. W. Magladery, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Neurologist Davh) B. Clark, M.D. 

Consultant Neurologist Frank R. Ford, M.D. 

Visiting Dermatologist, Raymond C. V. Robinson, 

Consultant in Hematology Philip F. Wagley, M.D. 

Chief Dental Surgeon H. Glenn Waring, D.D.S. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians (USPHS). 



M.D. 



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Visiiing Dental Surgeons 



Assistant Visiting Obstetricians. 



BALTIMORE.CITY{ HOSPITAL STAFF— Co«/W. 

'l. VV. Bimestefer, D.D.S. 

Michael Varipatis, D.D.S. 
<|B. W. MiKsiNSKi, D.D.S. 

Elpidio Diaz, D.D.S. 

J. T. Reilly, D.D.S. 

Orthodontist R. Kent Tongue, D.D.S. 

Chief Obstetrician Loms H. Douglass, M.D. 

Visiting Obstetrician J. Morris Reese, M.D. 

D. Frank Kaltreider, M.D. 

John E. Savage, M.D. 

J. William Dorman, M.D. 

George W. Anderson, M.D. 

Louis C. Gareis, M.D. 

James H. Shell, M.D. 

Vincent Fitzpatrick, M.D. 

WiLLL\M Gentry, M.D. 

Trent Busby, M.D. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF MARYLAND FOR 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

STAFF, 1953-1954 

Surgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D. 

Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D. 
Harry L. Rogers 
Harry F. Ullrich, M.D. 
WiNTHROP M. Phelps, A.B., M.D. 
Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 
David L. Filtzer, M.D. 
James P. Miller, M.D. 
Robert C. Abrams, M.D. 
Isaac A. Gutman, M.D. 
John J. Tansey, M.D. 

Roentgenologist Charles N. Davidson, M.D. 

Plastic Surgeon Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D. 

Aurist and Laryngologist Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D. 

Dentist M. E. Coberth, D.D.S. 

Cardiologist Helen M. Taussig, M.D. 

Pediatrist Melchijah Spragins, M.D. 

Consulting Surgeon Charles Reid Edwards, A.B., M.D. 

Consulting Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

JHarry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D. 
■\Leon Ginsburg, M.D. 
f Irving J. Spear, M.D. 
\r. V. Seliger, M.D. 



Associate Orthopaedic Surgeons . 



Consulting Dermatologists. 
Consulting Neurologists. . . 



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KERNAN HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

n u- D J- . -^ /Benjamin Tappan, A.B., M.D. 

Consulting Pedtatrtsts W t- -n h/t^ 

{]. Edmund Bradley, M.D. 

Consulting Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist Henry J. Walton, M.D. 

Resident Orthopaedic Surgeon Robert T. Strang 

Superintendent Miss Maud M. Gardner, R.N. 

Dispensary and Social Service Nurse Mrs. Evelyn Byrd Zapf, R.N. 

fMiss Nancy R. Butler 
Physical Therapists and X-ray Technicians "JMiss Julia A. Collins 

[Mrs. Georgiana VVisong 

Physical Therapists f William Neill, HI 

(Miss Julia A. Collins 

Occupational Therapist Mrs. Virginia Shaun, O.T. 

Instructor in Grammar School Miss Bertha Sendelback 

HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

The present School of Medicine, with the title University of Maryland School 
of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons, is the result of a consoHda- 
tion and merger of the University of Maryland School of Medicine with the 
Baltimore Medical College (1913) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore (1915). 

Through the merger with the Baltimore Medical College, an institution of 
thirty-two years' growth, the facilities of the School of Medicine were enlarged in 
faculty, equipment and hospital connection. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons was incorporated in 1872, and estab- 
lished on Hanover Street in a building afterward knowTi as the Maternity, the 
first obstetrical hospital in Mar>'land. In 1878 union was effected with the 
Washington University School of Medicine, in existence since 1827, and the college 
was removed to Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Through the consolidation with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medical control of the teaching beds in 
the Mercy Hospital was obtained. 

The School of Medicine of the University of Maryland is one of the oldest foun- 
dations for medical education in America, ranking fifth in point of age among the 
medical colleges of the United States. It was organized in 1807 and chartered 
in 1808 under the name of the College of Medicine of Maryland, and its first 
class was graduated in 1810. In 1812 the College was empowered by the Legisla- 
ture to annex three other colleges or faculties: Divmity, Law, and Arts and 
Sciences ; and the four colleges thus united were "constituted an University by the 
name and under the title of the University of Maryland." 

The origmal building of the Medical School at the N. E. comer of Lombard and 
Greene Streets was erected in 1812. It is the oldest structure in this country 
from which the degree of doctor of medicme has been granted annually since its 
erection. In this building were founded one of the first medical libraries and one 
of the first medical school libraries in the United States. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 51 

At this Medical School dissection was made a compulsory part of the curriculum, 
and independent chairs for the teaching of gynecology and pediatrics (1867), and 
of ophthalmology and otology (1873), were installed for the first time in America. 

This School of Medicine was one of the first to provide for adequate clinical 
instruction by the erection of its own hospital in 1823. In this hospital intramural 
residency for senior students was established for the first time. 

The School of Medicine has been co-educational since 1918. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

The original medical buOding at the N. E comer of Lombard and Greene 
Streets houses the office of the Dean, Room 101, the office of the Committee on 
Admissions, Room 102, two lecture halls, the faculty room and ofiice of the assist- 
ant business manager. 

The Administration Building, to the east of the original building, contains the 
Baltimore offices of the Registrar and two lecture halls. 

The laboratory building at 31 South Greene Street is occupied by the depart- 
ments of Pathology, Bacteriology and Biochemistry. 

The Frank C. Bressler Research Laboratory provides the departments of 
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Clinical 
Pathology with facilities for teaching and research. It also houses the research 
laboratories of the cUnical departments, animal quarters, a laboratory for teaching 
Operative Surgery, a lecture hall and the Bressler Memorial Room. 

This building was erected in 1939-1940 at 29 South Greene Street opposite the 
University Hospital. It was built with funds left to the School of Medicine by 
the late Frank C. Bressler, an alumnus, supplemented by a grant from the Federal 
government. The structure, in the shape of an I, extends east from Greene 
Street, just north of the original building. 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 

The Medical Library of the University of Maryland, founded in 1813 by the 
purchase of the collection of Dr. John Crawford, now numbers 33,000 volumes and 
several thousand pamphlets and reprints. Over four hundred of the leading 
medical journals, both foreign and domestic, are received regularly. The library 
is housed in Davidge Hall, in close proximity to classrooms and laboratories, and 
is open daily for the use of members of the faculty, the student body and the 
profession generally. Libraries pertaining to particular phases of medicine are 
maintained by several departments of the medical school. 

The library of the Medical and Chinirgical Faculty of Mar>dand and the Welch 
Medical Library are open to students of the medical school without charge. 
Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free 
Library. 

OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

The Out Patient Department is located on the S.W. corner of Lombard and 
Greene Streets. The building was originally the University Hospital. It has 
been remodeled to provide space and facilities for more than thirty clinics, the 
departments of X-ray, a Pharmacy, Laboratory and other ancillary services. 



52 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Admission policies are predicated upon the teaching requirements of the School of 
Medicine and the ward services of the University Hospital. 

A close liaison is maintained with the City Health Department through the joint 
efforts of the University Hospital and the City Department of Health in main- 
taining the Well Baby Clinic, the Western Health District and the Medical Care 
Clinic, which are housed in the Out Patient Department building. 

The Department of Art and the Department of Dental Anatomy also have 
quarters in the Out Patient Department building. 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

The University Hospital, which is the property of the University of Maryland, 
is the oldest institution for the care of the sick in the state of Maryland. It was 
opened in September 1823, under the name of the Baltimore Infirmary, and at 
that time consisted of but four wards, one of which was reserved for patients with 
diseases of the eye. 

In 1933-1934 the new University Hospital was erected and patients were 
admitted to this building in November 1934. The new hospital is situated at the 
southwest corner of Redwood and Greene Streets, and is consequently opposite 
the medical school buildings. The students, therefore, are in close proximity 
and little time is lost in passing from the lecture halls and laboratories to the 
clinical facilities of the new building. 

This new building, with its modem planning, makes a particularly attractive 
teaching hospital and is a very valuable addition to the clinical facilities of the 
medical school. 

The new hospital has a capacity of 435 beds and 65 bassinets devoted to general 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and the various medical and surgical 
specialties. 

The teaching zone extends from the second to the eighth floor and comprises 
wards for surgery, medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, and a large clinical lecture hall. 
There are approximately 270 beds available for teaching. 

The space of the whole north wing of the second floor is occupied by the de- 
partment of roentgenology. The east wing houses clinical pathology and special 
laboratories for clinical microscopy, biochemistry, bacteriology, and an especially 
well appointed laboratory for students' training. The south wing provides space 
for electro-cardiographic and basal metabolism departments, with new and very 
attractive air-conditioned or oxygen therapy cubicles. The west wing contains 
the departments of rhinolaryngology and bronchoscopy, industrial surgery, and 
male and female cystoscopy. 

The third and fourth floors each provide two medical and two surgical wards. 
The fifth floor contains two wards for pediatrics, and on the sixth floor there are 
two wards for obstetrics. Each ward occupies the space of one wing of the 
hospital. 

On the seventh floor is the general operating suite, the delivery suite, and the 
central supply station. The eighth floor is essentially a students' floor and affords 
a mezzanine over the operating and delivery suites, and a students' entrance to 
the clinical lecture hall. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 53 

In the basement there is a very well appointed pathological department with a 
large teaching autopsy room and its adjunct service of instruction of students in 
pathological anatomy. 

The hospital receives a large number of accident patients because of its prox- 
imity to the largest manufacturing and shipping districts of the city. 

The obstetrical service provides accommodation for 40 ward patients and 
assures the student abundant obstetrical training. During the year ending De- 
cember 31st 1952, 3160 patients were delivered and discharged. Of these, 2220 
were service cases and available for teaching. Each member of the graduating 
class participated in an average of 11 deliveries in addition to those he attended 
at Baltimore City Hospitals as a junior student. 

The dispensaries associated with the University Hospital and the Mercy Hospi- 
tal are organized upon a uniform plan in order that the teaching may be the same 
in each. Each dispensary has the following departments: medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, ophthalmology, otology, genito-urinary, g>'necology, gastroenterology, 
neurology, orthopaedics, proctology, dermatology, laryngology, rhinology, car- 
diology, tuberculosis, psychiatry, oral surgery and oncology. 

All students in their junior year work each day during one-third of the year 
in the departments of medicine and surgery of the dispensaries. In their senior 
year, all students work one hour each day in the special departments. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

The Sisters of Mercy first assumed charge of the Hospital at the comer of Cal- 
vert and Saratoga Streets, then owned by the Washington University, in 1874 
By the merger of 1878 the Hospital came under the control of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, but the Sisters continued their work of ministering to the 
patients. 

In a very few years it became apparent that the City Hospital, as it was then 
called, was much too small to accommodate the rapidly growing demands upon it. 
However, it was not until 1888 that the Sisters of Mercy, with the assistance of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, were able to lay the corner- 
stone of the present hospital. This building was completed and occupied late in 
1889. Since then the growing demands for more space have compelled the erec- 
tion of additions, until now there are accommodations for 350 patients. 

In 1909 the name was changed from The Baltimore City Hospital to Mercy 
Hospital. 

The clinical material in the free wards is under the exclusive control of the 
Faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

The cHnical facilities of the School of Medicine have been largely increased by 
the liberal decision of the Department of Public Welfare to allow the use of the 
wards of these hospitals for medical education. The autopsy material also is 
available for student instruction. 



54 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Members of the junior class make daily visits to these hospitals for clinical 
instruction in medicine, surgery, and the specialties. 

The Baltimore City Hospitals consist of the following separate divisions: 

The General Hospital, 400 beds, 90 bassinets. 

The Hospital for Chronic Cases, 575 beds. 

The Hospital for Tuberculosis, 280 beds. 

Infirmary (Home for Aged) 700 beds. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF 
MARYLAND FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

This institution is situated on an estate of 75 acres at Dickeyville. The site 
is within the northwestern city limits and of easy access to the city proper. 

The location is ideal for the treatment of children, in that it aflFords all the ad- 
vantages of sunshine and country air. 

A hospital unit, complete in every respect, offers all modern facilities for the 
care of any orthopaedic condition in children. 

The hospital is equipped with 80 beds — endowed, and city and state supported. 

The orthopaedic dispensary at the University Hospital is maintained in closest 
affiliation and cares for the cases discharged from the Kernan Hospital. The 
physical therapy department is very well equipped with modem apparatus 
and trained personnel. Occupational therapy has been fully established and 
developed under trained technicians. 

THE BALTIMORE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

This institution was first organized and operated in 1882 as an outgrowth of the 
Baltimore Eye and Ear Dispensary, which closed on June 14, 1882. The name 
then given to the new hospital was The Baltimore Eye and Ear Charity Hospital. 
It was located at the address now known as 625 W. Franklin St. The out-patient 
department was opened on September 18, 1882 and the hospital proper on 
November 1 of the same year. In 1898 a new building afforded 24 free beds 
and 8 private rooms; by 1907 the beds numbered 47; at present there are 60 beds, 
29 of which are free. In 1922 the present hospital building at 1214 Eutaw Place 
was secured and in 1926 the dispensary was opened. In 1928 a clinical laboratory 
was installed. During 1952 the out-patient visits numbered 23,643. 

Through the kindness of the Hospital Board and Staff, our junior students 
have access to the dispensary which they visit in small groups for instruction in 
ophthalmology. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION 

Requests for application forms should be filed not earlier than September 15th 
preceding by one year the desired date of admission. These forms may be secured 
from the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, University of Maryland, 
Baltimore 1, Maryland. 



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APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE FIRST YEAR 

Application for admission is made by filing the required form and by having all 
pertinent data sent directly to the Committee on Admissions, in accordance with 
the instructions accompanying the application. 

Consideration will be given applications received after December 1st provided 
the class is not complete. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING 

Students who have attended approved medical schools are eligible to file ap- 
plications for admission to the second- and third-year classes only. These ap- 
plicants must be prepared to meet the current first-year entrance requirements in 
addition to presenting acceptable medical school credentials, and a medical school 
record based on courses which are quantitatively and qualitatively equivalent to 
similar courses in this school. 

Application to advanced standing is made in accordance with the instructions 
accompanying the application form. 

Persons who already hold the degree of Doctor of Medicme will not be admit- 
ted to the Medical School as a candidate for that degree from this university. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 
The minimum requirements for admission to the School of Medicine are: 

(a) Graduation from an approved secondary school, or the awarding of a high 

school equivalency certificate by a state or county board of public educa- 
tion, and 

(b) Three academic years of acceptable college credit, exclusive of physical edu- 

cation and military sciences, earned in colleges of arts and sciences, 
whose names occur in the current list of "Approved Colleges of Arts and 
Sciences" as compiled by the Council on Medical Education and Hos- 
pitals of the American Medical Association. The quantity and quality 
of this course of study shall be equivalent to that required for recommen- 
dation by the institution where the college courses are being, or have 
been, pursued. 

(c) The following courses and credits in basic required subjects must be 

completed by June of the year the applicant desires to be admitted: 

Semester hours Quarter hours 

General biology or zoology *(6) 8 *(9) 12 

Inorganic chemistry *(6) 8 *(9) 12 

Organic chemistry 6-8 9-12 

General physics *(6) 8 *(9) 12 

English 6 9 

Modern language (German, French, Spanish) . . 6 9 

* Consideration will be given applicants from the New England area where 6 semester 
hours, or 9 quarter hours, is the standard credit for a science course. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



(d) The total semester-hour or quarter-hour credits presented must be equiv- 

alent in quantity and quality to three-fourths of the credit requirement 
for graduation by the recommending institution, exclusive of courses in 
physical education and military sciences. 
Applicants who are unable to complete these requirements by June of the 
year admission is desired, will be considered contingent on places being 
available, provided all basic required courses and credits shall have been 
absolved by June as indicated in (c) above. 

(e) Students will not be admitted who have unabsolved conditions or failures 

in college courses. 



Elective courses should be selected from the following three groups, 
desirable courses are shown in bold face type. 



Highly 



Natural Sciences 
Vertebrate Embryol- 
ogy 
Comparative Vertebrate 

Anatomy 
Quantitative Analysis 
Physical Chemistry 
Mathematics 



Social Sciences 
Economics 
History 

Political Science 
Psychology (a general 

course is desirable) 
Sociology, etc. 



Humanities 
English (an advanced 

course in English 

composition should 

be taken, if possible) 
Scientific German or 

French (A reading 

knowledge of either 

language is desirable, 

although German is 

preferred) 
Philosophy 

Careful attention should be given the selection of elective courses in the 
natural sciences. It is suggested that the elective list given herewith be used as 
a guide. The remainder of college credits should be accumulated from courses 
designed to promote a broad cultural development. Thirty six semester hours 
in the humanities and social sciences are recommended in a three-year col- 
lege course. Students should avoid taking courses in college which are included 
in the medical curriculum, for example histology, human anatomy, bacteriology, 
physiology, neurology and physiological chemistry. 

It is not intended that these suggestions be interpreted as restrictions upon 
the education of students who manifest an aptitude for the natural sciences or as 
limitations upon the development of students who plan to follow research work in 
the field of medicine. 

In accepting candidates for admission, preference will be given to those appli- 
cants who have acceptable scholastic records in secondary school and college, 
satisfactory scores in the Medical College Admission Test, given in May each 
year, favorable letters of recommendation from their premedical committees, or 
from one instructor in each of the departments of biology, chemistry, and 
physics, and who in other respects give promise of becoming successful students 
and physicians of high standing. 

Those candidates for admission who are permanently accepted will receive 
a certificate of matriculation from the office of the Dean. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 57 

COMBINED COURSE IN ARTS AND SCIENCES AND MEDICINE 

A combined seven years' curriculum leading to the degrees ot Bachelor of 
Science and Doctor of Medicine is offered by the University of Man'land. The 
first three years are taken in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences at Col- 
lege Park, and the last four years m the School of Medicine in Baltimore. (See 
University catalogue for details of quantitative and qualitative college course 
requirements.) 

If a candidate for the combined degree completes the work of the first year in 
the School of Medicine with an average of C or better without failures, and if he 
has absolved the quantitative and qualitative college requirements set up by the 
University, he is eligible to recommendation by the Dean of the School of Medicine 
that the degree of Bachelor of Science be conferred. 

Because the general commencement usually takes place before the School of 
Medicine is prepared to release grades of the first-year class, this combined degree 
of Bachelor of Science is conferred at the commencement following the candidate's 
second year of residence in the School of Medicine. 

STATE MEDICAL STUDENT QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey or New York, should apply to their respective state boards of 
education for medical student qualifying certificates (Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey) or approval of applications for medical student qualifying certificates 
(New York). 

Those students who are accepted must file satisfactory State certificates in the 
office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exceptions will be made to this requirement. 

Addresses of the Stale Certifying Offices 

Director of Credentials Section, Pennsylvania Department of Public In- 
struction, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief of the Bureau of Credentials, New Jersey Department of Public In- 
struction, Trenton, N. J. 

Supervisor of Qualifying Certificates, The State Education Department, 
Examinations and Inspections Division, Albany, N. Y. 

DEFINITION OF RESIDENCE AND NON-RESIDENCE 

Students v/ho are minors are considered to be resident students if at the time of 
their registration their parents have been domiciled in this State for at least one 
year. 

The status of the residence of a student is determined at the time of his first 
registration in the University, and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, 
in the case of a minor, his parents move to and become legal residents of the State 
by maintaining such residence for at least one full year. However, the right of the 
minor students to change from a non-resident to resident status must be estab- 
lished by him prior to the registration period for any semester. 



58 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Adult students are considered to be resident if at the time of their registration 
they have been domicilied in this State for at least one year provided such resi- 
dence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in Maryland or 
elsewhere. 

The word domicile as used in this regulation shall mean the permanent place of 
abode. For the purpose of this rule only one domicile may be maintained. 



CURRENT FEES 

Matriculation fee (paid once) $10.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Residents of Maryland 450.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Non-Residents 700.00 

Laboratory fee (each year) 25.00 

Student health service fee (each year) 30.00 

Student activities and service fee (each year) 20.00 

fLodging and meals fee 20.00 

Graduation fee 15.00 

Re-examination fee (each subject) 5.00 

Transcript fee to graduates. First copy gratis, each copy thereafter 1.00 

t Senior Students wOl be billed for this fee, covering lodging and meals for a two-week 
period while on obstetrical service at Baltimore City Hospitals. This fee must be paid 
by all senior students whether or not they serve during the previous summer or dur- 
ing the academic year. 

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES 

No fees are returnable. 

Make all checks or money orders payable to the "University of Maryland". 

When offering checks or money orders in payment of tuition and other fees, 
students are requested to have them drawTi in the exact amount of such fees. 
Personal checks whose face value is in excess of the fees due will be accepted for 
collection only. 

Acceptance. — Payment of the matriculation fee of $10.00 and of a deposit on 
tuition of $50.00 is required of accepted applicants before the expiration date 
specL&ed in the offer of acceptance. This $60.00 deposit is not returnable and 
will be forfeited if the applicant fails to register, or it will be applied to the appli- 
cant's first semester's charges on registration. 

Registration. — All students, after proper certification, are required to register 
at the business ofiQce, Gray Laboratory. (See calendar page 5 of this bulletin 
for dates for the payments of fees, and the note regarding late registration fee.) 

One-half of the tuition fee and all of the following — the laboratory fee, the 
student health fee, the maintenance and service fee and the student activities fee 
are payable on the date specified for registration for the first semester. 

The remainder of the tuition fee shall be paid on the date designated for the 
payment of fees for the second semester. Fourth year students shall pay the 
graduation fee, in addition, at this time. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 59 

PENALTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES 

If semester fees are not paid in full on the specified registration dates, a penalty 
of $5.00 will be added. 

If a satisfactory settlement, or an agreement for settlement, is not made with 
the business office within ten days after a payment is due, the student automatically 
is debarred from attendance on classes and will forfeit the other privileges of the 
School of Medicine. 

REEXAMINATION FEE 

A student who is eligible to reexaminations must pay the business office $5.00 for 
each subject in wliich he is to be examined, and he must present the receipt to the 
faculty member giving the examination before he will be permitted to take the 
examination. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE FEE 
This fee pays for the use of clothing lockers, provides library privileges, main- 
tains student loan collections, a student lounge and cafeteria. It supports a rec- 
reational program for students of all classes, provides photographs for all school 
purposes, including state boards. It supports the activities of the Student 
Council. A portion ($5) of this fee provides a year-book for each medical student. 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

James R. Karns, M.D Director, Student Health Service. 

The Medical School has made provision for the systematic care of students ac- 
cording to the following plan: 

1. Preliminary Examination — All new students will be examined during the 
first week of the semester. Notice of the date, time, and place of the examination 
will be announced to the classes and on the bulletin board. The passing of this 
physical examination is necessary before final acceptance of any student. 

2. Medical Attention — Students in need of medical attention will be seen by 
the director, Dr. James R. Karns, in his office on the 8th floor University Hospital 
at 12 m. daily, except Saturday and Sunday. In case of necessity, students will 
be seen at their homes. 

3. Hospitalization — If it becomes necessary for any student to enter the hospital 
during the school year, the school has arranged for the payment of part or all of his 
hospital expenses, depending on the length of his stay and special expenses incur- 
red. This applies only to students admitted through the school physician's office. 

4. Physical Defects — Prospective students are advised to have any known 
physical defects corrected before entering school in order to prevent loss of time 
which later correction might incur. 

5. Eye Examination — Each new matriculant is required to undergo an eye 
examination at the hands of an oculist (Doctor of Medicine) within the three 
months immediately preceding his entrance to the School of Medicine. Long 
study hours bring out unsuspected eye defects which cause loss of time and ineffi- 
ciency in study if not corrected before school work is under way. 

6. Limitations — It is not the function of this service to treat chronic conditions 



60 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

contracted by students before admission, nor to extend treatment to acute condi- 
tions arising in the period between academic years, unless the school physician 
recommends this service. 

GENERAL RULES 

The right is reserved to make changes in the curriculum, the requirements for 
graduation, the fees and in any of the regulations whenever the university 
authorities deem it expedient. 

GRADING SYSTEM 
OflBcial grades are designated by these symbols: 



Symbol 


Scholarship 


Numerical Equivalent 


A 


Superior 


93-100 


B 


Good 


87- 92 


C 


Fair 


80- 86 


D 


Passing 


75- 79 


F 


Failure 


Below 75 


I 


Licomplete 


— 


WF 


Withdrew, failing 


— 



The class standing of seniors only will be released. This standing will appear 
on senior grade reports sent out from the Registrar's office after graduation. 

ADVANCEMENT AND GRADUATION 

1. No medical student will be permitted to begin work for credit in any semester 
of any year who reports for classes later than one week after classes begin, except 
by permission of the Dean. 

2. No student will be permitted to advance with unabsolved failures. 

3. An average of C or better without failures in the years most recently com- 
pleted is required for advancement to junior and senior standing and for grad- 
uation. 

4. A student who in any one year has one failure together with grades of D 
in all other subjects, will be dropped from the rolls. 

5. A student who has failures in two completed major subjects will be dropped 
from the rolls. 

6. All students are required to attend 85% of scheduled classes and (excluding 
seniors) take spring examinations unless excused by the Dean. 

7. Should a student be required to repeat any year in any course, he must pay 
regular fees. 

8. A student failing his final examinations for graduation at the end of the fourth 
year will be required to repeat the entire course of tlie fourth year and take exam- 
inations in such other branches as may be required, provided he is permitted to 
enter the school as a candidate for graduation. 

9. The general fitness of a candidate for advancement and for graduation as 
well as the results of his examinations will be taken into consideration by the 
faculty. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 61 

EQUIPMENT 

10. At the beginning of the first year, all freshmen must provide themselves 
with microscopes of a satisfactory t>TDe equipped with a mechanical stage and a 
substage lamp. Also, each freshman must possess a complete set of dissecting 
instruments. 

A standard microscope made by Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Zeiss or Spencer 
fitted with the following attachments, meets the requirements. 

16 mm., lOx, 0.25 N.A. — 4.9 mm. working distance. 

4 mm,, 43x, 0.65 N.A. — 0.6 mm. working distance. 

1.8 mm., 97x, oil immersion, 1.25 N.A. — 0.13 mm. working distance. 

Oculars: lOx and 5x. Huygenian eyepieces. 

Triple nose pieces with 16 mm., 4 mm., and 1.9 mm. 125 N..\. oil immersion lens. 

Wide aperture stage with quick screw condenser and built on, but detachable, 
ungraduated mechanical stage. Substage condenser, variable focusing type 1.25 
N.A. with iris diaphragm. A rack and pinion focusing device is preferred. Mir- 
ror-plane on one side, concave on the other. A carrying case is recommended. 

Students are cautioned with respect to the purchase of used or odd-lot micro- 
scopes since some older instruments were equipped With, a 4 mm. (high dr}-) 
objective whose N.A. is marked as 0.85 N.A. This objective has such a short 
working distance (0.3 mm.) that it is difficult or impossible to focus through thick 
cover glasses or the standard haemocytometer cover glass without breakage. All 
used microscopes are subject to inspection and approval by the Department of 
Microscopic Anatomy, second floor Bressler Research Laboratory, 29 S. Greene 
Street. See Dr. Lutz. This inspection is not made during August. 

11. Students in the second year class are required to provide stethoscopes. 

12. Third- and fourth-year students are required to provide themselves with 
haemocytometers, sphygmomanometers, opthalmoscopes and otoscopes. 

STATE QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

13. Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey or New York must file State qualifying certificates in 
the office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exception will be made to this rule. 

EYE EXAMINATION BEFORE ADMISSION 

14. Each new matriculant in each class is required to present to the Committee 
on Admissions a certificate from an oculist, (a graduate in medicine) that the 
matriculate's eyes have been examined under a cycloplegic and are in condition, 
with or without glasses as the case may be, to endure the strain of close and in- 
tensive reading. 

It is required that this examination be completed within three months prior to 
registration and that the certificate be mailed to the Committee on Admissions 
not later than one month before registration. 



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AWARDING OF COMBINED DEGREES 

15. Students entering the School of Medicine on a three-year requirement basis 
from colleges which usually grant a degree on the successful completion of the first 
year of medicine, are restricted by the following regulations: 

a — The candidate must present a certificate from his college or university that 
he has absolved the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements 
for this degree. 

b — The candidate must acquire an average of C or better without failures for 
the work of his first year in the School of Medicine. 

c — The Dean of the School of Medicme reserves the right to withhold his 
recommendation that a bachelor's degree be conferred at a commencement 
which occurs before the official release of first-year medical grades. 

COST OF TRANSCRIPTS 

16. Graduates will receive the first transcript of record without charge. After 
the first copy has been issued single copies will cost one dollar. When two or more 
copies are requested at the same time the first copy will cost one dollar, ad- 
ditional copies fifty cents each. Requests for transcripts must be filed with the 
Registrar's Office, University of Maryland, 522 West Lombard Street, Baltimore- 1, 
Maryland. 

CHANGE OF ADDRESS 

17. Students are required to give the Dean's Office prompt notice of change in 
address. 

HOUSING 

There are no housing or living accommodations on the campus of the medical 
school. 

PARKING 

Because of lack of space on the university parking lots no parking facilities 
are provided thereon for students. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS 

Loan Regulations 

Loan periods have been worked out according to demand for and protection of 
different types of material. 

Two-Week Loans: All books except those on reserve. 

One-Week Loans: x\ll journals except the latest number (which does not 

circulate), and those on reserve. 

Overnight Loans: Books and journals on reserve. 

(4 p.m.-12 :30 a.m.) 

Special Rules for Books on Reserve: 

Students whose names appear on the check-list for the Mercy Hospital section 
will be granted the necessary hours to return reserve books. 



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Overnight books may be reserved in advance only within the week in which they 
will be used. Books may be reserved on Saturday for the following Monday. 
Overnight books may not be reserved two successive nights by the same person. 
Advance reserves will be held until one hour before closing. 

Fines 

Fines are imposed not to acquire money, but to assure equal access to books 
Two-Week Loans: 5 ^ per day. 
One-Week Loans: Si per day. 

Overnight Loans: 15^ for first hour; 5^ for each additional hour or fraction 
thereof. 

Lost Books: List price of the book. (Lost books should be reoorted at once). 
All books must be returned, lost books replaced or paid for, and fines paid before 
a student can finish the year in good standing. 
In fairness to all concerned, these rules must be enforced without exception. 

CERTIFICATION FOR STATE BOARD AND NATIONAL BOARD 
EXAMINATIONS 

No student will be certified to State Board or National Board examiners who 
has unabsolved failures in subjects taken during the academic period covered 
by these examinations. 

WITHDRAWALS AND REFUNDS 

Formal Withdrawal Procedures 

Students over 21 years of age desiring to leave the School of Medicine at any 
time during the academic year are required to file with the Dean a written applica- 
tion for withdrawal. In addition, tlie student must secure an "honorable dismissal 
release" form from the Dean's secretary, and return this to the Dean's office 
appropriately signed by representatives of the departments listed thereon, together 
with his "matriculation certificate." 

If these procedures are not completed, the student will not be entitled to honor- 
able dismissal nor to refund of fees. 

Students under 21 years of age, must supplement the procedures previously 
described with the written consent of their parents or guardians. 

Academic Standing On Withdrawal 

Students who voluntarily withdraw during an academic semester will be given 
no credit. 

Students are not permitted to resort to withdrawal in order to preclude current 
or impending failures. Their standing on withdrawal will be recorded in the 
registrar's oflSce. 

Students who withdraw from the School of Medicine, must apply to the Com- 
mittee on Admissions for readmission, unless other arrangements have been con- 
summated with the Dean's written consent. 



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Refunds on Withdrawal 

Students who are eligible to honorable dismissal will receive a refund of current 
charges, after the matriculation fee has been deducted, according to the following 
schedule: 

Period elapsed after instruction Oegins. Percentage refundable 

Two weeks or less 80% 

Between two and three weeks 60% 

Between three and four weeks 40% 

Between four and five weeks 20% 

After five weeks 

PRIZES 

THE FACULTY PRIZE 

The Faculty will award the Faculty Gold Medal and Certificate and five Certifi- 
cates of Honor to six of the first ten highest ranking candidates for graduation 
who, during the four academic years, have exhibited outstanding qualifications 
for the practice of medicine. 

THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORIAL PRIZE 

A prize of $25.00 is given each year by Mrs, A. Bradley Gaither as a memorial 
to the late Dr. A. Bradley Gaither, to the student in the senior class doing the best 
work in genito-urinary surgery. 

THE WILLIAM D. WOLFE MEMORIAL PRIZE 

(Value $100.00 each) 

A certificate of proficiency and a prize of $100.00 will be awarded each year 
until the fund is dissipated, to the graduate selected by the Advisory Board of the 
Faculty showing greatest proficiency in Dermatology. 

THE DR. LEONARD M. HUMMEL MEMORIAL AWARD 

A gold medal and certificate of proficiency will be awarded annually, as a 
memorial to the late Dr. Leonard M. Hummel, to the graduate selected by the 
Advisory Board of the Faculty who has manifested outstanding qualifications in 
Internal Medicine. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

All scholarships are assigned for one academic year, unless specifically reawarded 
on consideration of an application, 

OflScial application forms are obtainable at the Dean's office, where they 
must be filed not later than May 15th for the ensuing academic year. 

THE DR. SAMUEL LEON FRANK SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 
This scholarship was established by Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank as a memorial 
to the late Dr. Samuel Leon Frank, an alumnus of this university. 



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It is awarded by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University each 
year upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty "to a medical stu- 
dent of the University of Maryland, who in the judgment of said Council, is of 
good character and in need of pecuniary assistance to continue his medical 
course." 

This scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth year student who has 
successfully completed one year's work in this school. No student may hold 
this scholarship for more than two years. 

THE CHARLES M. HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $100.00 each) 

Two scholarships were established from a bequest to the School of Medicine 
by the late Charles M. Hitchcock, M.D., an alumnus of the university. 

These scholarships are awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment 
Fund of the University, upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty, 
to students who have meritoriously completed the work of at least the first year 
of the course in medicine^ and who present to the Board satisfactory evidence of 
a good moral character and of inability to continue the course without pecuniary 
assistance. 

THE RANDOLPH WINSLOW SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Randolph Winslow, M.D., LL.D. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty, to a "needy student 
of the Senior, Junior, or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

"He must have maintained an average grade of 85% in all his work up to the 
time of awarding the scholarship." 

"He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance." 

THE DR. LEO KARLINSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Ray Mintz Karlinsky as a memorial 
to her husband, the late Dr. Leo Karlinsky, an alumnus of the university. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon the nomination of the Advisory Board of the Faculty, to "a needy stu- 
dent of the Senior, Junior or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

He must have maintained in all his work up to the time of awarding the scholar- 
ship a satisfactory grade of scholarship. 

He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the x\dvisory Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance. 

THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP 

A scholarship which entitles the holder to exemption from payment of tuition 
fee for the year, is awarded annually by the Advisory Board of the Faculty to a 



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student of the senior class in need of assistance who presents to the Board satis- 
factory evidence of good character and scholarship. 

THE FREDERICA GEHRMANN SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $200.00) 

(Not open to holders of Warfield and Cohen Scholarships) 
This scholarship was established by the bequest of the late Mrs. Frederica 
Ohrmann and is awarded to a third-year student who at the end of the second 
year has passed the best practical examinations in physiology, pharmacology, 
patholog}', bacteriology, immunology, serology, surgical anatomy and neuro- 
anatomy. 

THE CLARENCE AND GENEVRA WARFIELD SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $300.00 each) 

There are five scholarships established by the regents from the income of the 
fund bequeathed by the will of Dr. Clarence Warfield. 

Terms and Conditions: These scholarships are available to students of any of 
the classes of the course in medicine. Preference is given to students from the 
counties of the state of Maryland which the Advisory Board of the Faculty may 
from time to time determine to be most in need of medical practitioners. 

Any student receiving one of these scholarships must agree, after graduation 
and a year's internship, to undertake the practice of medicine, for a term of two 
years, in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county selected by 
the Board. In the event that a student is not able to comply with the condition 
requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by the Board, 
the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded by the student. 

THE ISRAEL AND CECELIA E. COHEN SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $150.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Eleanor S. Cohen in memory of 
her parents, Israel and Cecelia E. Cohen. Terms and conditions: This scholarship 
will be available to students of any one of the classes of the course in medicine; 
preference is given to students of the counties in the state of Maryland which the 
Advisory Board of the Faculty may from time to time determine to be most in 
need of medical practitioners. Any student receiving one of these scholarships 
must, after graduation and a year's internship, agree to undertake the practice of 
medicine for a term of two years in the county to which the student is accredited, 
or in a county selected by the council. In the event that a student is not able to 
comply with the condition requiring him to practice in the county to which he is 
accredited by the Board, the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded. 

THE DR. HORACE BRUCE HETRICK SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $250.00) 

This scholarship was established by Dr. Horace Bruce Hetrick as a memorial 
to his sons, Bruce Hayward Hetrick and Augustus Christian Hetrick. It is to 
be awarded by the Advisory Board of the Faculty to a student of the senior class. 



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THE HENRY ROLANDO SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value approximately $250.00) 

The Henry Rolando Scholarship was established by the Board of Regents of 
the University of Maryland from a bequest to the Board by the late Anne H. 
Rolando for the use of the Faculty of Medicine. 

This scholarship will be awarded each academic year on the recommendation 
of the Advisory Board of the Faculty to a "poor and deserving student." 

THE READ SCHOLARSHIPS 

The sum of $500.00 is now available to cover two (2) scholarships in the 
amount of $250.00 each for a given academic year. Beginning in 1945, these 
scholarships were made possible by a donation from the Read Drug and Chemical 
Company of Baltimore, Maryland. Two students are to be selected by the Dean 
of the School of Medicine in collaboration with the Scholarship and Loan Commit- 
tees of the Medical School with the provision that the students selected shall be 
worthy, deserving students, residents of the State of Maryland. 

LOAN FUNDS 

W. K. KELLOGG FUND 

This loan fund was established in the academic year 1942 with money granted 
by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. The interest paid on the loans, together with 
the principal of the fund as repaid, will be used to found a rotating loan fund. 
Loans will be made on the basis of need, character and scholastic attainment. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE LOAN FUND 

A Faculty of Medicine Loan Fund was established with money derived from 
the bequest of Dr. William R. Sanderson, Class 1882, and the gift of Dr. Albert 
Stein, Class 1907 and a gift of Dr. Frank A. Merlino, Class 1928. Loans will be 
made on the basis of need, character, and scholastic ability. 

THE EDWARD L. MEIERHOF LOAN FUND 

This bequest was established through a grant from Dr. Edward L. Meierhof, 
who was graduated from the Medical School in 1881. The principal of this fund 
will be used as a rotating loan fund from which loans will be made to regularly 
enrolled students of the School of Medicine on the basis of need, character and 
scholastic attainment. 

THE CHAS. PFIZER & CO., INC. LOAN FUND 

This fund was made possible through the generosity of Chas. Pfizer & Co., 
Inc. 

Loans are made upon the recommendation of the Scholarship and Loan Com- 
mittee with the approval of the Dean. 

Students are eligible for loans from this fund who furnish evidence of financial 
need and manifest traits of character and scholastic attainment giving promise of 
being physicians of high standing. 



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THE JAY W. EATON LOAN FUND 

This fund was established by the local chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity 
in memor>' of Jay W. Eaton of the class of 1946. 

Beginning in 1946 an interest-free loan of $100.00 will be made to some worthy 
member of the senior class, on recommendation of the Scholarship Committee of 
the School of Medicine. This loan is to be credited to the tuition fee of the ap- 
pointed student and is to be repaid by the student within four years following his 
graduation. 

THE SENIOR CLASS LOAN FUND 

The senior class of 1945 originated this fund which will accumulate by subscrip- 
tion from among members of each senior class. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the dean of the School of Medicine 
award a loan of $100.00 to a needy member of the senior class on the recommenda- 
tion of a self-perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty. 

Loans from this fund are to be credited to the tuition fee of the appointed 
student and are to be repaid within five years from the date of graduation. 

THE STUDENT AID FUND FOR SENIORS 
This fund was originated by the class of 1950 and is sponsored by the senior 
class of each succeeding year. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial 
aid for any deserving member of the senior class. All members of the senior 
class are eligible to apply for a loan. Applications may be filed at the office of the 
dean. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the Scholarship and Loan Com- 
mittee award loans to members of the senior class on recommendation of a self- 
perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty who may call on the 
president of the senior class for assistance, if desired. 

Loans from this fund are made on a non-interest bearing basis and are payable 
within five years. A signed note is required. No co-signers are necessar>'. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 

The curriculum is organized under fifteen departments. 

1. Anaesthesiology. 

2. Anatomy (including Histology, Embr>'ology, and Neuro-anatomy). 

3. Bacteriology and Immunology. 

4. Biological Chemistry. 

5. Gynecology. 

6. Medicine (including Medical Specialties). 

7. Obstetrics. 

8. Ophthalmology. 

9. Pathology. 
10. Pediatrics. 

15. Pharmacology. 

16. Physiology. 

13. Psychiatry. 

14. Roentgenology. 

15. Surgery (including Surgical Specialties). 



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The instruction is given in four academic years of graded work. 

Several courses of study extend through two years or more, but in no case are 
the students of different years thrown together in the same course of teaching. 

The first and second years are devoted largely to the study of the structures, 
functions and chemistry of the normal body. Laboratory work occupies most of 
the student's time during these two years. 

Some introductory instruction in medicine and surgery is given in the second 
year. The third and fourth years are almost entirely clinical, 

A special feature of instruction in the school is the attempt to bring together 
teacher and student in dose personal relationship. In many courses of instruc- 
tion the classes are divided into small groups and a large number of instructors 
insures attention to the requirements of each student. 

In most courees the final examination as the sole test of proficiency has dis- 
appeared and the student*s final grade is determined largely by partial examina- 
tions, recitations and assigned work carried on throughout the course. 

ANAESTHESIOLOGY 

Robert B. Dodd Professor of Anaesthesiology and Head of the Department 

Alfred T. Nelson Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology 

Paul R. Hackett Associate Professor of Anesthesiology 

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 

Associate in Anaesthesiology 

Jamies Russo Assistant in Anaesthesiology 

During the pre-clinical years and the third year, the department of Anesthe- 
siology will present a series of guest lectures. The purpose of these lectures will 
be to show the application of the basic science material to the clinical practice of 
anesthesiology. In the third year the lectures will demonstrate how the various 
facets of the clinical entity under discussion affect the choice of pre-anesthetic 
medication, the anesthetic agent and the technique to be employed. 

Fourth Year. Each senior student is required to spend six hours per week for 
four weeks observing and administering anesthesia in tlie operating room at the 
University Hospital. During this period informal group discussions will be held 
to emphasize the factors affecting the management of the patient and the relation 
of these factors to the cases observed by the students in the operating rooms. 

ANATOMY 

Gross Anatomy 

Eduard Uhlenhuth Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department 

Vernon E. Krahl Associate Professor of Anatomy 

Karl F. Mech Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Robert E. McCafferty Instructor in Anatomy 

Nathan Snyder Instructor in Anatomy of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 

Gl.\dys E. Wadsworth Instructor in Anatomy 

William E. Loechel Medical Artist 

Histology i Embryology and N euro- Anatomy 

Frank H. J. Figge Professor of Anatomy 

0. G. Harne Associate Professor of Anatomy 



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John F. Lutz Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Geraldine F. Wolfe Assistant in Anatomy 

V. V. Brunst Research Associate in Anatomy 

Vernon M. Gelhaus. .John F. B. Weaver Summer Fellow in Histology and Embryology 

Surgical Anatomy 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

W. Wallace Walker Associate Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

William B. Settle Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

Herbert E. Reitschneider Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Harry C. Bowie Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Ross Z. Pierpont Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Richard M. Garrett Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Gross Anatomy. First Year. First semester. The gross structure of the 
human body, studied by dissection of the human cadaver. The entire human 
body is dissected. Approximately 370 hours; of these 80 hours are devoted to 
lectures and conferences, the rest to laboratory work and demonstrations. Drs. 
Uhlenhuth, Krahl, Mech, McCafferty and Miss Wadsworth. 

First Year. First Semester. Peripheral Nervous System. A lecture course 
of approximately 32 hours, in two-hour periods each Saturday morning. Dr. 
Uhlenhuth. 

Histology aito Embryology First Year. First Semester. The Microscopic 
Structure of the Organs, Tissues and Cells of the Human Body. 

This course will present an integrated study of the histology and embryology 
of the human body. 

An attempt will be made to correlate this with gross anatomy as well as other 
subjects in the medical curriculum. Special emphasis will be placed on the dy- 
namic and functional aspects of the subject. 150 hours. Dr. Figge, Prof. Harne, 
Drs. Lutz and Brunst. 

Neuroanatomy. First Year. Second Semester. The Central Nervous Sys- 
tem. The study of the detailed anatomy of the central nervous system will 
be coordinated with the structure and function of the entire nervous system. This 
study will require the dissection of a human brain and the examination of stained 
microscopic sections of various levels of the brain stem. 100 hours. Dr. Figge, 
Prof. Harne, Drs. Lutz, Browne and Kiel. 

StJRGiCAL Anatomy. Second Year. Second Semester. Topographic and 
Surgical Anatomy. The course is designed to bridge the gap between abstract 
anatomy and clinical anatomy as applied to the study and practice of medicine 
and surgery. Students are required to dissect and demonstrate all points, out- 
lines and regions of the cadaver. Underlying regions are dissected to bring out 
lines and relations of structures. Dr. Brantigan and staff. 

Total hours; 96 

Graduate and Postgraduate Courses. Consult the general catalog of the 
University of Maryland for descriptions of these courses. 

ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 

Carl Dame Clarke Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Thomas M. Stevenson, Jr Junior Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine 



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Raymond J. Clayton, Jr Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Jane L. Bleakley Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Nancy M. Balchun Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

This department is maintained for the purpose of supplying pictorial and plastic 
illustrations for visual teaching in the classrooms of the medical school and for 

publication in scientific periodicals. This also includes the preparation of illustra- 
tions for use in public relations, drawings, paintings, photography, cinema- 
tography, lithography and moulage. Research in prosthetics and the production 
of prosthetic appliances are also carried out in this department. 
Special courses of instruction are given to qualified students. 

BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

Frank W Hachtel Professor of Bacteriology and Head of the Department 

Edward Steers Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

Andrew G. Smith Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 

H. Edmund Levin Associate in Bacteriology 

Merrill J. Snyder Instructor in Bacteriology 

Elizabeth C. Heinz Junior Instructor in Bacteriology 

Norma Mary Keigler Bressler Reserve Fund Research Felllow in Bacteriology 

Robert C Wood U. S. Navy Research Fellow in Bacteriology 

Mary V. Reed Bressler Reserve Fund Research Fellow in Bacteriology 

Second Year. First Semester. The prmciples of general bacteriology are 
taught by quiz, conference, and lecture. 

Instruction given in the laboratory mcludes the methods of preparation of 
culture media, the study of pathogenic bacteria, and the bacteriological examina- 
tion of water and milk. The bacteriological diagnosis of communicable diseases 
is also included. 

Second Year. Second Semester. The principles of immunology are presented 
by means of quizzes, conferences and lectures. 

The course includes a consideration of infection and immunity, the nature and 
action of the various antibodies, complement fixation and flocculation tests, hyper- 
sensitiveness, and the preparation of bacterial vaccines. 

Experiments are carried out by the class in the laboratory. During the latter 
half of the semester the class is divided into sections. 

Total hours: Bacteriology 150. 
Immunology 72. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Emil G. Schmidt Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the Department 

Edward J. Herbst Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Raymond E. Vanderlinde Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry 

William H. Summerson Lecturer in Biological Chemistry 

Ann Virginia Brown Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

Eleanor B. Glinos Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Shirley A. Cox Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Gerald Kessler Nutrition Foundation Fellow in Biological Chemistr>' 



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Frank D. Vasington Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry 

Andre J. Toussaint Fellow in Bacteriology 

First Year. Second Semester. This course is designed to present the prin- 
ciples of biological chemistry and to indicate their applications to the clinical 
aspects of medicine. The phenomena of living matter and its chief ingredients, 
secretions and excretions are discussed in lectures and conferences and examined 
experimentally. Training is given in biochemical methods of investigation. Total 
hours: 208. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

BIOSTATISTICS 

Refer to the Department of Hygiene and Public Health for a description of 
this course. 

CARDIOLOGY [a division of medicine] 

In the third year a series of lectures and clinics correlated with pathological 
studies is given the entire class. 

In the fourth year students are assigned for two periods weekly for five weeks 
to the Cardiac Clinic and attend consultation rounds and conferences on cardio- 
vascular cases on the Medical wards. 

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY [a division or medicine] 

Milton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of 

the Division of Clinical Pathology 

Marie A. Andersch Assistant Professor of Biochemistr>' in Medicine 

Joseph B. Workman Associate in Medicine 

Perry 0. Futterman Associate in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Instructor in Medicine 

Audrey M. Funk Instructor in Medicine 

Stanley Miller Instructor in Medicine 

William G. Esmond Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine 

Alice M. Band Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine 

G10V.A.NNI Raccuglia Anna Corman Fellov/ in Hematology 

Frances S. Barcusca Research Assistant in Clinical Pathology 

Third Year. First and second semesters. The course in Clinical Pathology is 
designed to train the student in the performance and interpretation of fundamental 
diagnostic laboratory procedures used in clinical medicine. 

During the first semester the work is devoted to a thorough consideration of dis 
cases of the hematopoietic system. In the second semester, laboratory work in 
urinalysis, gastric analysis, hepatic, pancreatic and renal functions, together with 
a thorough discussion of underlying biochemical and physiological mechanisms is 
undertaken. During this semester examination of cerebrospinal fluid, transudates 
and exudates is included. Elements of clinical parasitology complete the work in 
this semester. 



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Each student provides his own microscope and blood counting equipment A 
completely equipped locker is assigned to ever\' student. 

Total Flours: 128 

Fourth Year. During the fourth year the student applies in the laboratories- oi 
the various affiliated hospitals the knowledge acquired during the preceding year. 
A completely equipped locker is assigned enabling him to work independent of 
the general laboratories. Instructors are av^ailable during certain hours to give 
necessary assistance and advice. 

DENTISTRY [a division of surgery] 

'Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery 

'Myron S. Aisexberg Professor of Pathology 

'Joseph C. Biddix, Jr Professor of Oral Diagnosis 

^Kyrle VV. Preis Professor of Orthodontics 

^Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

'Grayson VV. Gaver Professor of Dental Prosthesis 

^Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Crown and Bridge 

'Kenneth V. Randolph Professor of Operative Dentistry 

'Edward C. Dobbs Professor of Pharmacology 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery 

'Hugh H. Hicks Associate Professor of Periodontology 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

'Wilbur 0. Ramsay Assistant Professor of Clinical Dental Prosthesis 

^SASfUEL H. Bryant Instructor in Oral Diagnosis 

'Russell Gigliotti Instructor in Clinical Oral Diagnosis 

'Joseph P, Cappuccio Insiructor in Oral Surgery 

'Conrad L. Inman Instructor in Anesthesiology 

This section has been reorganized for the teaching of both medical and dental 
students. There has been established a division in the out-patient department, 
and beds wdll be provided in the University Hospital, for the care of patients who 
will be available for the teaching of students from both schools. 

Senior year: clinics weekly. 

Ward instruction and group teaching are given. This includes diagnosis and 
treatment of diseases of the face, mouth and jaws. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY [a nmsiON of medicine] 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

Francis A. Ellis Associate Professor of Dermatology 

Haery M. Robinson, Jr Associate Professor of Dermatology 

Eugene S. Bereston Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

A. Albert Shapiro Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Israel Zeligman Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

R. C. V. Robinson Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

William R. Buxdick Associate in Dermatology 



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Mark B. Hollander Instructor in Dermatology 

Morris M. Cohen Instructor in Dermatology 

David Bacharach Instructor in Dermatology 

Lee R. Lkrman Assistant in Dermatology 

The third year class receives six lecture-demonstrations on the principles of 
dermatology by Dr. Robinson. 

The senior course consists of conferences and demonstrations of the common 
skin diseases and venereal diseases in the outpatient dermatologic and syphilis 
clinics and on the medical wards. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGY [a dwision of medicln-ej 

VVm. Carl Ebelikg, III Associate in Medicine and Chief of Division 

of Gastro-Enterology 

Theodori: H. Morrison Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Maurice Feldman Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Zachariah Morgan Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Francis G. Dicbiey Associate in Medicine 

Z. Vance Hooper Associate in Gastro-Enterology 

Albert J. Shochat Instructor in Gastro-Enterology 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor in Medicine 

Third Year. A series of six lectures is given on the diseases of the digestive 
tract. 

Fourth Year. Students attend the gastro-intestinal clinic for two periods weekly 
for five weeks, and consultation rounds on gastro-intestinal cases on the Medical 
wards. Practical instruction is given in the use of modern methods of study of 
the diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract. 

GYNECOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology, and Head of the Department 

Leo Brady Assistant Professor of G>'Tiecology 

Edward P. Smith Assistant Professor of GjTiecology 

William K. Diehl Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

J. J. Er win Associate in Gynecology 

Frank K. Morris Associate in Gynecology 

Gerald A. Galvin Associate in Gynecology 

John T. Hibbitts Associate in Gynecology 

Kenneth B. Boyd Associate in Gynecology 

Theodore Kardash Instructor in Gynecology 

Charles B. Marek Instructor in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Bowyer Instructor in Gynecology 

VV. Allen Deckert Instructor in Gynecology 

Helen I. Magintjis Instructor in Gynecology 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Instructor in Gynecology 



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William A. Dodd Instructor in Gynecology 

Harry McB. Beck Instructor in Gynecology 

William C. Duffy Instructor in Gynecology 

Joseph C. Sheehan Instructor in Gynecology 

William J. Rysanek Instructor in Gynecology 

Harry F. Kane In^^tructor in Gynecology 

Robert B. Tctnney Instructor in Gynecology 

James H. Shell, Jr Assistant in Gynecology 

William F. Peterson Assistant in Gynecology 

Thomas A. Stebbins U.S.P.H.S., Cancer Teaching Fund Medical Illustrator 

in Oncology and Gynecology 
Amy Lee W'ells Research Assistant in Gynecological Pathology 

Third Year. A comprehensive course of 30 lectures in the field of gynecology, 
female urology, and female oncology is given to the entire class. 

Fourth Year. An intensive course is given to small groups of students through- 
out the year, during which time the students are assigned exclusively to this 
department. The course consists of instructions including lectures, seminars, 
ward rounds, and operative clinics. In addition, two special instruction periods 
are given in pathology at which time a review of the pathological material seen 
at operation is made with especial reference to the pathology of malignant disease. 
The students are assigned patients on the gynecological wards, and also work 
in the gynecological, cystoscopy and oncology, out-patient departments each day. 

Third year 30 hours 

Fourth year 75 hours 

Total: 105 hours 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE 

Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Beginning with the spring of 1942 a group of lectures on the history of medicine 
has been presented on selected phases and trends of the development of medical 
knowledge and practice. It is planned to avoid dupHcation of subject matter 
for at least four years. 

These lectures are offered primarily for our students, but a cordial invitation 
is extended to anyone who may wish to attend. 

Announcement of the lectures will be made by mail and on the bulletin 
board of the School of Medicine. 

HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH [a omsiON of medicine] 

Huntington Williams Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H. F. Warthen Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Ross Davies Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Matthew L. Taback Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Third Year. A one-hour lecture is given to the whole class each Tuesday during 
both semesters. Basic instruction is afforded in the clinical and public health 
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lectures are under the auspices of the Department of Medicine and are given by 
staff members of that department, including physicians representing pediatrics, 
hygiene and public health, and by stall members of the Baltimore City Health 
Department. 

Fourth Year. Elective work is also assigned at the Western Health District 
Building of the City Health Department, 617 West Lombard Street, where the 
District Health Officer arranges for home visiting and the student prepares and 
presents a Home Survey Report. 

The course deals with the fundamentals of public health and supplements the 
work in the third year. The major emphasis in both years is on the practice of 
preventive medicine and the relation of prevention to diagnosis and treatment, 
and on the civic and social implications of the medical services. 

BIOSTATISTICS 

First Year. A series of 15 one hour lectures is given to the whole class during the 
Second Semester dealing with the basic methods of statistical analysis and demon- 
stration of their use in sev^eral areas of medical investigation. 

Instruction is designed to assist the medical student in evaluating quantitative 
aspects of medical information. 

INDUSTRL\L MEDICINE AND SURGERY [a nmsioN of surgeryI 

Charles A. Reepschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

TmjRSTON R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

This section is under the combined supervision of the medical and surgical 
departments. It is a cooperative effort by members of the medical school and 
hospital staff to afford means for chnical and laboratory study of the patient who 
has been subjected to traumatic or medical industrial hazard, so that adequate 
care may be instituted to promote his physical well-being. The facilities of the 
laboratories of the medical school and hospital are available as required. 

Under direction of this department limited undergraduate instruction is given, 
especially in the methods of examination and of keeping records and in the general 
medico-legal principles as they affect the industrial employee, the employer, the 
general insurers, the physician and the hospital. There is also instruction on 
methods of making life insurance and other physical examinations, whether for 
employment or for health purposes. The wards of the University, Mercy and 
Baltimore City Hospitals provide for bed-side instruction 

Total hours: 8. 

LEGAL MEDICINE [a division op medicine] 

Russell S. Fisher Professor and Head of the Division of Legal Medicine 

Henry C. Freimuth Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine 

William V. Lovitt, Jr Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine 

William J. McClafferty Associate in Legal Medicine 

Richard Lindenberg Associate in Legal Medicine 

Joseph A. Jachimczyk Instructor in Legal Medicine 

M. Joseph Reh.ak Research Assistant in Legal Medicine 

Ella Freytag Research Assistant in Legal Medicine 

Bella R. Hearst Research Fellow in Medicolegal Pathology 



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Third Year. This course embraces a summary of medical jurisprudence in- 
cluding the laws governing the practice of medicine, industrial compensation 
and malpractice, proceedings in criminal and civil prosecution, medical evidence 
and testimon}^ identification of bodies, injuries by blunt force, gunshot and other 
mechanisms, natural and homicidal deaths, medicolegal toxicology and the medico- 
legal autopsy. (12 hours.) 

Elective Course {summer). A small number of students may upon application 
be assigned to elective work in the laboratory of the Chief Medical Examiner of 
the State of Maryland. 

MEDICINE 

Maurice C. Pincoffs Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department 

T. Nelson Carey Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Thomas P. Sprunt Professor of Clinical Medicine 

H. Raymond Peters Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Louis A, M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

William S. Love, Jr Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Thomas C. Wolff Associate Professor of Medicine 

Howard M. Bubert Associate Professor of Medicine 

J. Sheldon Eastland. Associate Professor of Medicine 

Milton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine 

Lewis P. Gundry Associate Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Medicine 

Theodore E. Woodward Associate Professor of Medicine 

Henry J. L. Marriott Associate Professor of Medicine 

H. Vernon Langeluttig Associate Professor of Medicine 

Edward F. Cotter Associate Professor of Medicine 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate Professor of Medicine 

Samuel T. R. Re\txl, Jr Associate Professor of Medicine 

William H. Smith Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Wetherbee Fort Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Frank J. Geraghty Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

C. Edward Leach Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Robert A. Reiter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sidney Scherlis Assistant Professor of Medicine 

James R. Karns Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Robert T. Parker Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Merrill J. Snyder Assistant Professor of Medicine in Clinical Bacteriology 

Marie A. Andersch Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine 

Samuel Legum Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edmund G. Beacham Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Robert E. Bauer. Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Meyer W. Jacobson Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Charles F. Bramble Assistant Professor of Medicine 

S. Edwin Muller Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Laurence M. Serra Assistant Professor of Medicine 

W. Grafton Herspberger Associate in Medicine 

Conrad B. Acton Associate in Medicine 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 



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Harry M. Robixson, Jr Associate in 

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Arthur Karfgix Associate in 

M. Paul Byerly Associate in 

Henry W. D. Holljes Associate in 

Kurt Levy Associate in 

Wilfred H. Towxshexd Associate in 

Alvin J. Hartz Associate in 

Louis V. Blum Associate in 

Leon Ashman Associate in 

Daniel Wilfsox, Jr Associate in 

Jonas Cohen Associate in 

Walter Karfgix Associate in 

Irving Freeman Associate in 

J. Emmet Queen Associate in 

John B. DeHoff Associate in 

William C. Ebeling, IH Associate in 

Joseph B. Workman Associate in 

Joseph Furnari Associate in 

Stephen J. Van Lill, IH Associate in 

Leonard Scherlis Associate in 

Richard A. Carey Associate in 

Perry O. Futterman Associate in 

William F. Cox, HI Associate in 

Donald W. Miktzer Associate in 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor in 

John A. Myers Instructor in 

William G. Helfrich Instructor in 

Joseph E, Muse Instructor in 

William H. Kammer, Jr Instructor in 

Samuel J. Hankin Instructor in 

Frederick J. Vollmer Instructor in 

John R. Davis Instructor in 

L. Ann Hellen Instructor in 

Audrey M. Funk Instructor in 

Leon A. Kochman Instructor in 

C. Herman Williams Instructor in 

Jerome Sherman Instructor in 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Instructor in 

Bernard Burgen Instructor in 

Lauriston L. Keow^^ Instructor in 

Franklin E. Leslie Instructor in 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor in 

Stuart D. Suntda y Instructor in 

Irvin B. Kemick Instructor in 

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Joseph C. Matciiar Instructor 

Marvin Goldstein Instructor 

RoLLiN C. Hudson Assistant 

Raymond M. Lauer Assistant 

Burton V. Lock Assistant 

Cart. F. Myers Assistant 

Jack Wexler Assistant 

Joseph C. Myers Assistant 

Thomas VVorsley Assistant 

Herbert J. Levickas Assistant 

Joseph C. Blazek Assistant 

Stephen L. Magness Assistant 

Stanley R. Steinbach Assistant 

Edmund P. Coffay, Sr Assistant 

William G. Esmond Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow 

Alice M. Band Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow 

Francis J. Borges Fellow 

Sze-Jui Liu Fellow 

Kyle W. Swisher, Jr Part-Time Fellow 

Joseph B. Bronushas Part-Time Fellow 

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Second Yeab 

Introduction to clinical medicine. 

(a) Introductory physical diagnosis. (1 hour a week, first semester; 2 hours a week, 

second semester.) 

(b) Medical clinics. (1 hour a week, second semester.) 

Third Year 

I. The methods of examination: (a) History taking, (b) Physical diagnosis, (c) 
Chnical patholog^^ 
Instruction includes lectures and practice in the wards, outpatient department and 
laboratory. 
II. The principles of medicine: 

(a) Lectures, clinics and demonstrations in general medicine, neurology, and pre- 
ventive medicine. 
Third Year teaching of physical diagnosis is carried out chielly in the various units 
of the City Hospital. 



Fourth Year 

The practice of medicine : 
I. Clinical clerkship on the medical wards (31 hours a week for tea weeks). 

(a) Responsibility, under supervision, for the history, phvsical examination, 

laboratory examinations and progress notes of assigned" cases. 

(b) Ward classes, ward rounds and conferences in general medicine, the medical 

specialties, and therapeutics. 
II. Out-Patient Department work in the medical specialties. 
III. Clinical-pathological conferences (1 hour a week). 



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The medical out-patient department of the University Hospital is utilized for 
teaching in the third year. Each student spends two hours daily for ten weeks in 
out-patient department work. The work is done in groups of four to six students 
under an instructor. Systematic history- taking is especially stressed. Physical 
findings are demonstrated. The student becomes familiar with the commoner 
acute and chronic disease processes. 

Clinical clerkships in the Fourth Year are served on the medical wards of both 
the University and Mercy Hospitals. 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY [a division of surgery] 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 

Professor of Neurological Surgery, Acting Head of the Department 

Richard G. Coblentz Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology and Neuropathology 

Raymond K. Thompson Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Robert Oster 

Associate in Electro-physiology, and Director of the Hoflfberger Electroencephalo- 

graphic Laboratory 

Frank J. Otenasek Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

John W. Chambers Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

Robert M. N. Crosby Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

William H. Mossberg, Jr Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

August Kiel, Jr Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

James S. Browne Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

John O. Sharrett Fellow in Neurological Surgery 

Third Year. This course comprises lectures and d^jmostrations in the funda- 
mentals of neurological surgery. Total hours, twelve. 

Fourth Year. Weekly ward rounds at the University and Mercy Hospitals. 
Total hours, sixteen. 

Dispensary Instruction. A small number of students may apply for instruction 
in the neurological out-patient department. 

NEUROLOGY [a division of mkdicineI 

Leon Freedom Associate Professor of Neurology 

Philip F. Lepjs'er Assbtant Professor of Neurology 

Harry Teitelbaum Assistant Professor of Neurology 

George G. Merrill Assistant Professor of Neurology 

William L. Fearing Associate in Neurology 

Edward F. Cotter Associate in Neurology 

Second Year. Fifteen one-hour lectures are given to correlate the anatomy 
and physiology of the nervous system with clinical neurolog}'. 

Third Year. Twenty hours of instruction are given to the whole class in neuro- 
pathology supplemented with pathological demonstrations. Sixteen lecture- 
demonstrations are given in which the major types of the diseases of the nervous 
system are discussed. A course is also given at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 
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carry out complete neurological examinations of selected cases which illustrate 
the chief neurological syndromes. 

Fourth Year. Fourth year students in the Medical section attend neurological 
consultation rounds on ward patients in the University and Mercy Hospitals. 
All patients presented at these clinics are carefully examined. 

Dispensary Instructions. Small sections are instructed in the neurological dis- 
pensary of the Mercy Hospital five afternoons each week. In this way students 
are brought into contact with nervous diseases in their early and late manifesta- 
tions. 

OBSTETRICS 



Louis H. Douglass Professor of Obstetrics and Head of the 

J. MoRKis Reese Associate Professor 

D. Frank Kaltreider Associate Professor 

IsADORF. A. SiEGEL Associate Professor 

John E. Savage Assistant Professor 

Hugh B. McNally Assistant Professor 

Margaret B. Ballard Associate 

D. McClelland Dixon Associate 

Osborne C. Christensen Associate 

J. Tyler Baker Associate 

J. Huff Morrison Associate 

George H. Davis Instructor 

J. King B. E. Seegar Instructor 

Louis C. Gareis Instructor 

Kenneth B. Boyd Assistant 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr Assistant 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr. Assistant 

Theodore Kardash Assistant 

Harry McB. Beck Assistant 

William A. Dodd Assistant 

Irvin P. Klemkowski Assistant 

Clarence W. Martin Assistant 

Vernon C. Kelley Assistant 

HA.RRY Cohen Assistant 

Thomas C. Webster Assistant 

Vincent DeP. Fitzpatrick Assistant 

Ernest Scher Assistant 

James H. Shell, Jr Assistant 

F. X. Paul Tinker Assistant 

Daniel Ehrlich Assistant 

William D. Gentry Assistant 

Donald B. Campbell Assistant 



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Second Year: During the second semester lectures are given one hour weekly. 
Students are oriented on the normal pelvis, generative tract and the physiology 
of pregnancy and labor. The conduct of normal delivery and the puerperium are 
explained, and in general an attempt is made to prepare the student for the prac- 
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Third Year: Lectures and recitations consist of 2 hours teaching weekly and 
are designed to cover the anatomy more completely, especially that of the bony 
pelvis from an obstetrical point of view. Physiology of the endocrine system is 
reviewed as it relates to pregnancy and the growth and development of the im- 
pregnated o\aim. Following this the pathology of pregnancy, labor and the puer- 
perium are considered. Drs. Douglass, Reese, Siegel, Savage, Dixon and 
Kaltreider. 

Each student is required to spend 4 days on the obstetrical service of the Balti- 
more City Hospitals during his junior year. Here he acts as a junior intern, ob- 
serving, assisting and finally delivering normal cases under supervision. Each 
student attends a total of about 25 deliveries, in the majority of which he takes an 
active part. 

Each student receives, as a member of a small group, 10 hours of instruction in 
palpating patients, in the clinical evaluation of the pelvis and in demonstrations 
of the mechanism of labor. Drs. Siegel and McNally. 

Operative work on the obstetrical mannikin is an organized part of the course. 
Each student receives 15 hours of this t\^e of instruction. Dr. Siegel and 
assistants. 

Fourth Year: The instruction is entirely clinical. The *'block system" is used. 
One-sixteenth of the class is assigned to obstetrics only for a period of 2 weeks. 
Students live at the University Hospital during this time and are on call 24 hours 
a day. The}^ receive formal class instruction, are required to attend all rounds 
and staff conferences and are present at the majority of the deliveries as observers, 
assistants or as accoucheurs. In this way each student will actively participate 
in about 11 deliveries. 

Each student spends 20 hours in the prenatal and postnatal clinics, where in- 
structions in these fields are given. 

Students assigned to obstetrics are required to attend the monthly meetings of 
The Committee on Maternal Mortality of Baltimore, where all maternal deaths 
occurring in this city are presented and discussed. 

Second year — 16 hours Third year — 148 hours 

Fourth year — 106 hours Total — 270 hours 

ONCOLOGY [a dwision of gynecology and surgery] 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Assistant Professo- of Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr.. Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Arthur G. Si winski Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart Associate in Surgery 

John M. Dennis Associate in Radiology 

J. DuER MooRES Instructor in Surgery 

Louis F. Goodman Instructor in Surgery 

Gerardo B. Polanco National Cancer Institute Trainee in Pathology 

E, Eugene Covington Assistant Radiologist 

Thomas A. Stebbins U.S.P.H.S., Cancer Teaching Fund Medical Illustrator 

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The purpose ol the courses in Oncology is to give students training in the 
diagnosis and treatment of neoplastic diseases not obtained in other departments 
and at the same time to correlate this training uith that received in surgery, 
medicine, roentgenology and other specialties 

Third year. Six didactic lectures are given on the diagnosis and treatment of 
cancer of the generative organs. Dr. Hundley and staff. 

Five lectures in general oncology are given to the entire Junior Class at the end 
of the year. The increasing importance of the cancer problem is emphasized. 
The biological aspects of cancer and the relation of hormones, carcinogenic agents, 
and etiological factors are discussed. The gradation of neoplasms, and the bio- 
physical effects of irradiation therapy are presented. The diagnosis, surgical 
and radiological treatment of neoplasms of the head and neck, oral cavity, skin, 
breasts, and hemopoietic system are discussed. Dr. Siwinski and staff. 

Fourth Year. Ten senior students of the University section are assigned to the 
Oncology clinic. Five students are assigned to the Tuesday morning clinic, and 
the alternate group to the Friday morning clinic. The diagnosis and treatment, 
both surgical and radiological are discussed in the presence of a stafif member of 
the departments of Pathology, Radiology, and Surgery. 

An outpatient Gynecological Clinic is held bi-weekly which affords an opportu- 
nity for instruction of small groups of students, which are assigned in rotation, in 
the various phases of malignancy of the generative organs. Weekly ward rounds 
and operative clinics are held for seniors. 

Onocology Gynecology Total 

Third year 5 hours 6 hours 11 hours 

Fourth year 12 hours 16 hours 28 hours 

Total 17 hours 22 hours 39 hours 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman of the Department 

Joseph I. Kemler Associate in Ophthalmology 

A. Kremen Associate in Ophthalmology 

Ruby A. Smith Instructor in Oi)hthalmology 

D. J. McHenry Instructor in Ophthalmology 

J. E. Brumback Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Angelina Guido Assistant in Ophthalmology 

John C. Ozazewski Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Jahram Aratoon Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Third Year. Second semester. Dr. Ozazewski reviews the anatomy and phy- 
siology of the eye and discusses the methods used in making the various exami- 
nations. Errors of refraction and their effect upon the general system are explained. 
Weekly section work, demonstrating the use of the ophthalmoscope, with the aid 
of kodachrome transparencies of the fundus oculi is carried on during the entire 
session at the Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital by Dr. Kremen. 



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Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given in diseases of the eye, 
twice weekly, for one year. Dr. Knowles. 

The course consists of instruction in the clinic to small groups of students four 
days a week for four weeks. During this period, the student examines patients, 
diagnoses and treats various ocular diseases, under the supervision of Drs. Knowles, 
Smith, Brumback and Ozazewski. Twice weekly lectures and lantern slide 
demonstration are given upon diseases of the eye, with particular reference to 
their diagnosis, management and relation to general medicine. Special lectures 
are given the entire class on vascular changes in the eye, refraction, cataract and 
glaucoma. Certain operations are demonstrated by motion pictures. 

Weekly ward classes are held at the University and Mercy Hospitals during 
which the eye grounds in the various medical and surgical conditions are demon- 
strated. Drs. Knowles, Kemler, Kremen, Smith, Brumback, Jeppi, Pacienza 
and Ozazewski. 

Third year 20 hours 

Fourth year 41 hours 

Total 61 hours 

ORTHOPAEDICS [a division of surgery] 

Allen Fiske Voshell Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Harby L. Rogers Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Moses Gellman Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Milton J. Wilder Assistant Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

I. H. Maseritz Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Jason H. Gaskel Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Isaac Gutman Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

James P. Miller Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Everett D. Jones Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Robert C. Abrams Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

John J. Tansey Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Didactic instruction is given in the second, third and fourth years. Clinical, 
bedside and outpatient instruction is given at the University, Mercy Hospitals 
and their Outpatient Departments, Keman Hospital for Crippled Children, and 
Baltimore City Hospitals. Brief discussions and demonstrations of physical and 
occupational therapy are included in the course. 

Second year 19 hours 

Third year 36 hours 

Fourth year 90 hours 

Total 145 hours 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY [a dwision of surgeryI 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Professor of Otolaryngology 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

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Fayne a. Kayser Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

W. Raymond McKenzie Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Theodore A. Schwartz Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Benjamine H. Isaacs Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Robert Z. Berry Associate in Otolaryngology 

Arthur Ward Associate in Otolaryngolog)' 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Otolaryngology 

John H. Hirschfield Instructor in Otolaryngology 

John M. Rehberger Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Harry P. Porter Assistant in Otolaryngology 

James J. Gerlach Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Third Year. Instruction to the whole class is given in the common diseases of 
the nose and throat, attention being especially directed to infections of the accessory 
sinuses, the importance of focal infections in the etiology of general diseases and 
modern methods of diagnosis. Lectures illustrated by lantern slides are given 
one hour weekly for eight weeks. 

Fourth Year. Out-Patient department instruction is given for three hours 
daily, to small sections at the University and the Mercy Hospitals. The student 
is afforded an opportunity to study, diagnose and treat patients under supervision. 
Ward classes and clinical demonstrations are given in periods of one and one-half 
hours weekly throughout the session in the University and Mercy Hospitals. 

The Looper Clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, recently established 
in the University Hospital, affords unusual opportunities for students to study 
diseases of the larynx, bronchi and esophagus. The clinic is open to students 
daily from 2 to 4 P.M. 

The Mercy Hospital Bronchoscopic Clinic affords ample opportunities in 
bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy. In these two clinics the etiology, symptoma- 
tolog\% diagnosis and treatment of foreign bodies in the air and food passages, as 
well as bronchoscopy, are taught to students as an aid in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of diseases of the lungs. 

Third year 9 hours 

Fourth year 53 hours 

Total 62 hours 

OTOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Professor of Otolaryngology 

The course in otology is planned to give a practical knowledge of the anatomy 
and physiology of the ear, and its proximity and relationship to the brain and other 
vital structures. The inflammatory diseases, their etiology, diagnosis, treatment 
and comphcations are particularly stressed, with emphasis upon their relationship 
to the diseases of children, head-surgery and neurology 

Third Year. The whole class is given instniction by means of talks, anatomical 
specimens and lantern slides. Dr. O'Rourk and associates. 

Fourth Year. Small section? of the class receive instruction and make personal 
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urged to make a routine examination of the ear in his ward work in general medi- 
cine and surgery. Dr. O'Rourk and associates. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 40 hours 

Total 52 hours 

PATHOLOGY 

Hugh R. Spencer Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department 

Robert B. Wright Associnte Professor of Pathology 

C. Gardner Warner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Walter C. Merkel Associate Professor of Pathology 

Dexter L. Reimann Associate Professor of Pathology 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Albert E. Goldstein Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Milton S. Sacks Associate in Pathology 

Benedict Skitarelic Associate in Pathology 

Conrad B. Acton Instructor in Pathology 

Howard B. Mays Instructor in Pathology 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Instructor in Pathology 

William B. Vandf.Grlft Instructor in Pathology 

William J. Bryson Instructor in Pathology 

Karl F. Mech Instructor m Pathology 

Seymour W. Rubin Instructor in Pathology 

Theodore Kardash Instructor in Pathology 

Louis C. Gareis Instructor in Pathology 

Roy B. Turner Instructor in Pathology 

Edward L. J. Kreig Instructor in Pathology 

James H. Ramsey Instructor in Pathology 

James R. Karns Instructor in Pathology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Instructor in Pathology 

Harry Cohen Assistant in Pathology 

Gerardo B. Polanco National Cancer Institute Trainee 

Ursula T. Slager Hichcock Fellow in Neuropathology 

Courses of instruction in pathology are given during the second and third years* 
The courses are based on the previous study of normal structure and function and 
aim to outline the history of disease. The relationship between clinical symptoms 
and anatomical lesions is constantly stressed. 

General Pathology. Second Semester, Second Year. This course includes 
the study of disturbances of the body fluids; disturbances of structure, nutrition 
and metabolism of cells; disturbances of fat, carbohydrate and protein metab- 
olism; disturbances of pigment metabolism; inflammation and tumors. 

Laboratory instruction is based on the study of prepared slides (loan collection) 
and corresponding gross material. 

Applied Pathology, Including Gross Morbid Anatomy and Morbid 
Physiology. Third Year. The laboratory instruction in this course is carried 
out in small teaching museums where prepared specimens and material from au- 
topsies with clinical histories and sections are available for study. For this work 
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Autopsies. Third Year. Students in small groups attend autopsies at the 
morgues of the University Hospital and the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Clinical-Pathological Conference. (Fourth Year.) These exercises are 
held in collaboration with the various clinical departments. Selected cases are 
discussed and autopsy findings are presented. 

Second year 184 hours 

Third year 160 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 374 hours 

PEDIATRICS 

J. Edmtjnd Bradley Professor of Pediatrics and Head of the Department 

C. LoRiNG JosLiN Professor of Pediatrics 

A. H. FiNKF.LSTEiN Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

Frederick B. Smith Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

Gordon E. Gibbs Associate Professor Clinical Pediatric Research 

Albert Jatfe Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Samuel S. Glick Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Jerome Fineman Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Gibson J. Wells Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

William M. Seabold Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Annie M. Bestebreurtje Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Clewell Howell Associate in Pediatrics 

G. Bowers Mansdorper Associate in Pediatrics 

Sidney Scherlis Associate in Pediatrics 

Melchijah Spraoins Associate in Pediatrics 

John L. Peck Lecturer in Pediatrics 

Arnold F. Lavenstein Instructor in Pediatrics 

Mary L. PIayleck Instructor in Pediatrics 

Israel P. Meranski Instructor in Pediatrics 

Thomas A. Christensen Instructor in Pediatrics 

Joseph M. Cordi Instructor in Pediatrics 

Leonard Scherlis Instructor in Pediatrics 

Lester H. Caplan Instructor in Pediatrics 

Ruth Baldwin Instructor in Pediatrics 

Edward G. Field Instructor in Pediatrics 

Melvin M. Borden Instructor in Pediatrics 

Howard Goodman Instructor in Pediatrics 

Robert M. N. Crosby Instructor in Pediatrics 

WnxiAM Earl Weeks Assistant in Pediatrics 

J. Carlton Wich Assistant in Pediatrics 

O. Walter Spurrier Assistant in Pediatrics 

Garrett E. Deane, \ssistant in Pediatrics 

Arnold Tramer Assistant in Pediatrics 

Mary B. Matthews Assistant in Pediatrics 

Miriam S. Daly Assistant in Pediatrics 

P. GoviNDA Menon Fellow in Pediatrics 

David Freedenberg Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Pediatrics 

Albert M. Powell, Jr Research .\ssistant in Pediatrics 

Martin K. Gorten Research Assistant in Pediatrics 



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Third Year. 1. Principles of Pediatrics: Physiology of newborn, growth and 
development, nutrition, problems of the premature infant and diseases of new- 
born are presented in lectures and demonstrations (20 hours). 

2. Physical examination of the infant and child plus history taking and 
diagnosis are taught on the pediatric wards of the University Hospital (20 hours). 

Fourth Year. Students are assigned in groups of twelve for a four-week period. 
Responsibility is giv^n the student for history, physical examination, laboratory 
examinations and progress notes on pediatric patients of the University and Mercy 
Hospital pediatric divisions. Examination of neonates and follow-up care of 
patients in the development clinical is required daily. 

Daily attendance in the Pediatric Out Patient Clinics is spent in interrogation, 
examination, diagnosis and treatment of patients. 

Students alternate nights on the Pediatric service, and at this time, sleeping 
accomodations are provided them in the hospital. 

Students spend one day of their four v/eeks in the offices of selected practicing 
pediatricians. During this time, they observe office management, techniques and 
problems of patients seen in private pediatric practice. 

Conferences are held daily, Monday through Friday at 12 : 30 p.m. On Saturday 
the students present a clinico-pathologic conference at which time the students 
act as clinician and pathologist with faculty representatives of the Departments 
of Pathology and Pediatrics as moderators. 

PHARMACOLOGY 

John C. Krantz, Jr Professor of Pharmacology and Head of the Department 

C. Jelleff Carr Professor of Pharmacology 

Raymond M. Burgison Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Ruth Musser Instructor in Pharmacolog)' 

Joseph G. Bird Assistant in Pharmacology 

A\LEDE0 S. MarR;\zzi Lccturcr in Pharmacology 

Joseph M. White, III Lecturer in Pharmacology 

William G. Harne Demonstrator in Pharmacology 

Frederick K. Bell Fellow in Pharmacology 

Leonard S. Brahen Fellow in Pharmacology 

Johnson S. L. Ling Eli Lilly Fellow in Pharmacology 

Mary Frances Bradyhouse Fellow in Pharmacology 

Jane Wray Forrest Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Harry F. Wilson, Jr Fellow in Pharmacology 

This course is designed to include those phases of pharmacology necessary for 
an intelligent use of drugs in the treatment of disease. The didactic instruction 
includes materia medica, pharmacy, prescription-writing, toxicology, posology, 
pharmacodynamics, and experimental therapeutics. The laboratory exercises 
parallel the course of lectures. 

In addition, optional conference periods and lectures are available for students 
desiring further instruction or advice. 

Total hours: 216. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 



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PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS [a division of medicine] 

T. Conrad Wolff 

Associate Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Division of Physical Diagnosis 

Robert A. Reiter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Legum Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edmund G. Beacham Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Daniel Wilfson Associate in Medicine 

Leon Ashman Associate in Medicine 

John B. DeHoff Associate in Medicine 

Stephen J. Van Lill Associate in Medicine 

William G. Helfrich Instructor in Medicine 

Leon A. Kochman Instructor in Medicine 

Stuart D, Sunday Instructor in Medicine 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Instructor in Medicine 

Bernard Burgin Instructor in Medicine 

Franklin Leslie Instructor in Medicine 

Lauriston Keown Instructor in Medicine 

Joseph C. Matchar Instructor in Medicine 

Carl F, Myers Assistant in Medicine 

The course in physical diagnosis starts with the first semester of the Sophomore 
year and ends with the termination of the second semester of the Junior year. 

First Semester — Secofid Year — Lecture, one hour weekly covering the technique 
of history writing and the mechanics of the physical signs elicited in the normal 
person through inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. 

Second Semester — Second Year — Lecture, one hour weekly, covering the tech- 
nique of history writing in cases involving disease, and the mechanics of patho- 
logical physical signs on inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. 

In the third and fourth quarters small tutorial groups are formed, each under 
the direction of an instructor. Experience in physical examination of normal indi- 
viduals is given in the third quarter for one afternoon weekly. In the fourth 
quarter the students become acquainted with abnormal signs through examination 
of hospital patients. 

Third Year — a. The class is divided into four sections. Each section receives 
bedside instruction in physical diagnosis for seven weeks (2 hrs. daily). For this 
purpose small groups under an instructor are formed. The instruction is carried 
on in the Baltimore City Hospitals but in addition advantage is occasionally taken 
of the clinical opportunities in other institutions. 

b. Lecture course (1 hr. weekly for 15 weeks) covering the mechanisms of ab- 
normal signs. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

William R. Amberson Professor of Physiology and Head of the Department 

Dietrich C. Smith Professor of Physiolog)' 

Frederick P. Ferguson Associate Professor of Physiology 

John I. White Assistant Professor of Physiology 

J. Henry Wills Lecturer in Physiology 

Samuel L. Fox Instructor in Physiology 



90 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Sylvia Himmelfarb Instructor in Physiology 

Jeanne Ann Barry Junior Instructor in Physiology 

Alfred Joseph Pratt John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Physiology 

Brigitte E. Blankenhorn Research Fellow in Physiology 

Carolyn F. Hendrickson Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Physiology 

The course in physiology is given in two parts: 

First Year. Second Semester. The course opens with introductory lectures 
on nerve-muscle physiology covering the peripheral nerves. Attention is then 
given to the physiology of the heart and circulation. The lectures are ac- 
companied by demonstrations, but there is no laboratory work. Two lectures a 
week are given. 

Second Year. First Semester. The course continues with four lectures, one 
conference and two laboratory periods a week. The subjects considered are 
respiration and metabolism, digestion, renal function, and endocrines and repro- 
duction. The course ends with a series of lectures on the central nervous system 
and the special senses. 

Total hours: 224. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tion? of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

PLASTIC SURGERY [a division of surgery] 

Edward A. Kitlowso Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Clarence P. Scarborough Associate in Plastic Surgery 

John J. Angelo Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

This course is designed to acquaint students with the problems of reconstruc- 
tive and plastic surgery. A subdivision in the dispensary has been established 
and beds for patients will be available for instruction in this course at the Univer- 
sity and Baltimore City Hospitals and Kernan's Hospital for Crippled Children. 

Third Year. Five lectures are given to the whole class. Out-Patient depart- 
ment instruction is provided on Mondays and Fridays. 

Fourth Year. Ward rounds and operative demonstrations are held at the 
hospitals. 

PROCTOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

Monte Edwards Professor of Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Proctology 

William T. Supik Associate in Proctology 

Donald B. Hebb Instructor in Proctology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Instructor in Proctology 

John D. Rosin Instructor in Proctology 

Third Year. Seven lectures are given to the whole class. The course is for 
instruction in the diseases of the colon, sigmoid flexure, rectum and anus, and 
covers the essential features of the anatomy and physiolog>^ of the large intestine 
as well as the various diseases to which it is subject. Dr. Monte Edwards. 



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Fourth Year. Ward and dispensary instruction is given in the University and 
Mercy Hospitals, where different phases of the various diseases are taught by 
direct observation and examination. The use of the proctoscope and sigmoido- 
scope in the examination of the rectum and sigmoid is made famiHar to each stu- 
dent. Mercy Hospital — Drs. Brager and Supik. University Plospital — Drs. 
Monte Edwards, Adams, Cunningham and Rosin. 

Third year 7 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 23 hours 

PSYCHIATRY 

w^ACOB E. FiNESiNGER Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Department 

«.' John R. Reid Professor of Philosophy in Psychiatry 

i Maurice H. Greenhill Associate Professor of Ps>chiatry 

v/H. Whitman Newell Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

George F, Sutherland Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Manpred S. Guttmacher Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry M. Murdock Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Hans W. Loewald Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

VVilll^m W. Elgin Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

J. G. N. Gushing Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Kathryn L. ScmjLTZ Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

. Robert G. Grenell Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Research 

ISADORE Therk Associate in Psychiatry 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate in Psychiatry 

v^ Elizabeth LaForge Associate in Psychiatric Social Work 

A. Russell .\nderson Instructor in Psychiatry 

^'Klaus W. Berblinger Instructor in Psychiatry 

'• Enooi Callaway, Jr Instructor in Psychiatry 

Marion W. Mathews Instructor in Psychiatry 

Francis J. McLaughlin Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Novey Instructor in Psychiatry 

Virginia Sutteneield Instructor in Psychiatry 

Kent E. Robinson Instructor in Psychiatry 

Jerome Styrt Instructor in Psychiatry 

William W. Magruder Instructor in Psychiatr>- 

!> 'Marjorie R. Fleitzer Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work 

*^arah V. HuFFER Assistant in Psychiatry 

< John H. Young Assistant in Psychiatry 

Ernest C. Young Assistant in Clinical Psychiatry 

i^lARCELLA Weism.\n Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

Josephine L. Doughton Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

Helen L. Guest. Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

i^OHN W. PowTELL Research Associate in Psychiatry 

Betty Jane F.\x Research Associate in Psychiatry 

V "Lester M. Libo Research Associate in Medical Psychology 

pMoRiTZ MiCHAELis Research Associate in Psychiatry 

v' Ruth Page Edwards Fellow in Medical Psychology 

Marvin Jaffe Fellow in Psychiatry 



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Frank R. Holter Fellow in Psychiatry 

Jack Mendelson Fellow in Psychiatry 

v^RTHUR H. ScHMALE, Jr Fcllow in Psychosomatic Medicine 

WED^^^N L. Poole Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

vFloris de Balbian Verster Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Edna L. Barrabee Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Florence M. Burnett Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

W^lARiON C. Glass Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Doris H. Markley Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

v-JuNE H. Mendelson Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

^Barbara T. Stewart Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

'-Arthur B. Selverstein Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

First Year. Fourteen two-hour periods during the second semester are devoted 
to a consideration of human relations as applied to the practice of medicine. The 
topics dealt with include personality development, reactions to stress, and situ- 
ational and social factors in disease. The emphasis is u^on observing, under- 
standing and evaluating the personal and social factors in the disease process, in 
treatment and prevention. Consideration is given to problems of values and 
scientific methodology as they apply to the work of the physician. Patients with 
common medical and surgical complaints are interviewed to illustrate methods of 
interviewing and developing a useful therapeutic relationship. The course is 
conducted by means of group discussion, supplemented by reading. 

Second Year. Fourteen two-hour periods are spent in the first semester in dis- 
cussions and lectures. The emphasis is on methods of examining patients, and 
methods of developing and utilizing the doctor-patient relationship. The dis- 
cussions center about psychopathology, as it operates in disease and in the treat- 
ment process. An attempt is made to relate emotional disturbances to what is 
known in neurophysiology, endocrinology, psychology and sociology. Patients 
are interviewed and examined to illustrate the general principles and the specific 
procedures used in the examination of patients. The group discussions are supple- 
mented by suggested reading. 

Third Year. Sixteen lecture hours are devoted to further considerations of 
special psychopathology and the principles of psychotherapy. Specialized forms 
of treatment are reviewed, but the main emphasis is toward familiarizing the 
student with forms of therapy feasible in routine medical practice. During 36 
clinic hours the student will be supervised in history-taking, mental status and 
psychometric examination, and follow-up studies of patients. 

Fourth Year. A clinical clerkship is offered in the wards of the University 
Hospital for one month. Patients are assigned for treatment under supervision. 
Emphasis is placed on diagnosis, methods of interviewing, methods of developing 
and managing a therapeutic doctor-patient relationship, and carrying out psycho- 
therapy. This is supplemented by seminar meetings for discussion of child psy- 
chiatry, psychotherapy, clinical psychology and social service. Topics are assigned 
from the current literature for group discussion. Four afternoons are spent in 
the wards of the Spring Grove State Mental Hospital in examining patients with 
emphasis in the diagnosis, treatment and management of the psychoses. Eight 
clinics are held for the entire fourth-year class. 



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ROENTGENOLOGY 

Walter L. Kilby Professor of Roentgenology, and Head of the Department 

Charles N. Davidson Associate Professor of Roentgenology 

John DeCarlo, Jr Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Donald j. Barnett Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Edward R. Dana Associate in Roentgenology 

John M. Dennis Associate in Radiology 

Herbert B. Copeland Instructor in Roentgenology 

Herbert L. Warres Instructor in Roentgenology 

Robert W. Swain Consultant in Radiologic Physics, Cancer Teaching Program 

During the academic year, small groups of the third and fourth year classes are 
given weekly instruction in the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the Roentgen 
rays. An effort is made to familiarize the student with the indications for and the 
limitations of the Roentgen ray examinations. The history, physics and practical 
therapeutic application of Roentgen rays are given stressing the use of radiation 
as a weapon now available in a variety of disorders of the human body ranging from 
simple inflammations to malignant neoplastic conditions. Conferences are held 
with the various departments during the school year which are also open to mem- 
bers of the fourth year class. 

Third year S hours 

Fourth year 24 hours 

Total 32 hours 

SPEECH TRAINING CLINIC [a division of surgery] 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Ray Ehrensberger Professor of Speech 

Merle Ansberry Associate Professor of Speech 

This department has been installed in conjunction with the Department of 
Speech of the University at College Park to evaluate the speech difficulties in 
children with congenital defects. Admission to the Clinic is by appointment only. 
The Clinic operates all day Thursdays. 

SURGERY 

Charles Reid Edwards Professor of Surgery, and Acting Head of the Department 

Walter D. Wise Professor of Surgery 

Elliott H. Hutchins Professor of Surgery 

D. J. Pessagno Professor of Clinical Surgery 

F. L. Jennings Professor of Clinical Surgery 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Harry C. Hull Professor of Clinical Surgery 

James W. Nelson Professor of Clinical Surgery 

R. RmcEWAY Trimble Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Charles A. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thomas R. Chambers Associate Professor of Surgery 

Edward S. Johnson Associate Professor of Surgery 



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Cyrus F. Horine Associate Professor of Surgery 

Charles \V. Maxson Associate Professor of Surgery 

C. W. Peake Associate Professor of Surgery 

William F. Reinhoff, Jr Associate Professor of Surgery 

W. Wallace Walker Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy 

H. F. BoNGARDT Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. O. RiDGELY Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Arthur G. Siwinski Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Harry C. Bowie Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Raymond F. Helfrich Associate in Surgery 

Wiluam B. Settle Associate in Surgery 

George Govatos Associate in Surgery 

Joseph V. Jerardi Associate in Surgery 

Herbert E. Reifschneider Associate in Surgery 

Harold H. Burns Associate in Surgery 

William L. Garlick Associate in Surgery 

Patrick C. Phelan Associate in Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr Associate in Surgery 

R. Adams Cowley . . Associate in Thoracic Surgery and Assistant Director Experimental 

Surgery 

E. Roderick Shipley Associate in Surgery 

Robert C. Sheppard Associate in Surgery 

F. Ford Loker Associate in Surgery 

Karl F. Mech Associate in Surgery 

Joseph M. Miller Associate in Surgery 

J. Diter Moores Instructor in Surgery 



Calvin Hyman Instructor 

Clyde F Karns Instructor 

Daniel R. Robinson Instructor 

George H. Brouillet Instructor 

John F. Schaefer Instructor 

Robert F. Healy Instructor 

Samuel E. Proctor Instructor 

Louis E. Goodman Instructor 

Harold L. Zupnik Instructor 

Michael L. DeVincentes Instructor 

William R, Geraghty Assistant 

Howard B. McElwain Assistant 

A. V. Buchness Assistant 

T. J. TouHEY Assistant 

Samuel H. Culver Assistant 

L. T. Chance Assistant 

W. Allen Deckekt Assistant 

William C Dunnigan Assistant 

Raymond M. Cunningham Assistant 

John W. Chambers Assistant 

Ross Z. Pierpont Assistant 

James N. Cianos Assistant 

Richard M. Garrett Assistant 



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William D. Lynn Assistant in Surgery 

David R. Will Assistant in Surgery 

Harold P. Biehl Assistant in Surgery 

Kirk Moore Assistant in Surgery 

William B. Rever, Jr Assistant in Surgery 

Leonard G. Hamberry Assistant in Surgery 

Instruction is given by means of lectures, laboratory work, recitations, dis- 
pensary work, bedside instruction, ward classes, and clinics. The work begins 
in the second year and continues throughout the third and fourth years. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laborator>', operative surgery labora- 
tory, the Out-Patient departments, wards, laboratories and operating rooms of 
the University and Mercy Hospitals, and in the wards and operating rooms of 
the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

SECOND YEAR 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Second semester. The course is 
designed to bridge the gap between anatomy in the abstract and clmical anatomy 
applied to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory. Students are required to 
dissect and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Under- 
lying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, 
Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reif Schneider, Pierpont and Garrett. 

Total hours: %. 

Principles of Surgery. Secand semester. The course includes discussions 
of irritants, infection, repair of tissue, healing of tissue, relationship of bacteriology 
to surgery, modern chemotherapy in surgical diseases, ulcers, wounds, thrombo- 
phlebitis, phlebothrombosis, peripheral vascular diseases, thermal bums, injuries 
due to cold, surgical shock, diseases of the lymphatics, gangrene of the skin and 
extremities, aneurysms, hemorrhage, varicose veins, embolism, sinuses and fistulae, 
tetanus, anthrax and actinomycosis. 

Lectures, two hours a week for one semester, are given to the whole class. Drs. 
Adams and Sheppard. 

THIRD YEAR 

Gen'Eral and Regional Surgery. Lectures, recitations and clinics are 
given on the principles of surgery and general surgery including fractures and 
dislocations. Three hours a week to the whole class. Dr. Hull. 

The cla.ss is divided into groups. Instruction in history-taking and surgical 
pathology is given under the supervision of the chief of the pathology de- 
partment of the Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction is also given in surgical 
diagnosis and in general surgery at the bedside and in the classroom at B.C.H. by 
Drs. Bowie, Koontz, Brantigan, Adams and Garrett, Two hours per week are 
given in orthopaedic surgery by Dr. Voshell, chief of the orthopaedic service of 
this institution. 

Operative Surgery. Lectures and operative demonstrations are given under 



96 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

the supervision of Dr. Yeager assisted by Dr. Govatos. The class is divided into 
sections and each section is given practical and individual work under the super- 
vision of instructors. 

Surgical Out-patient Department. Under supervision, the student takes 
the history, makes the physical examination, attempts the diagnosis and, as far 
as possible, carries out the treatment of ambulatory surgical patients in the 
University and Mercy Hospitals. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Raymond F. Helfrich 
assisted by the out-patient staff. University Hospital — Drs. Settle and Sheppard 
assisted by the out-patient stafif. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinics. Surgical pathological Conference. A weekly conference is conducted 
at the University Hospital for the entire class. Daily ward classes at University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and half day ward work under the supervision of Dr. E. R. 
Shipley at University and Dr. Patrick C. Phelan, Mercy Hospital. 

Surgery of the Chest: — Mercy Hospital. Operations and conferences. 14 
hours. Drs. Rienhoff and Garlick. 

Traumatic Surgery. This course deals with operative and post-operative 
treatment of accident cases and with instructions as to the relationship between the 
state, the employee, the employer, and the physician's duty to each. One hour 
a week to sections of the class throughout the year. Dr. C. A. Reifschneider. 

Clinical Clerkship. This work includes the personal study of assigned 
hospital patients under supervision of the stafifs of the University and Mercy 
Hospitals, and embraces history -taking, and physical examination of patients, 
laboratorv' examinations, attendance at operations and observation of post- 
operative treatment. 

Ward Classes. Ward-class instruction in small groups will consist of ward 
rounds, surgical diagnosis, treatment and the after-care of operative cases. Mercy 
Hospital — Drs. Wise, Hutchins, Pessagno, Nelson, Trimble, Brager, Jerardi, Gar- 
lick and Loker. University Hospital — Drs. C. Reid Edwards, Yeager, Hull and 
C. A. Reifschneider. 

THORACIC SURGERY [a dh^ision or surgery) 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Thoracic Surgery 

William L. Garlick Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery 

R. .\dams Cowley Associate in Thoracic Surgery 

Donald B. Hebb Assistant in Thoracic Surgery 

Calvin Y. HAomiAN Resident in Thoracic Surgery 

George Schimert Fellow in Thoracic Surgery 

Men having completed three years of American Board of Surgery training are 
eligible for appointment. The first year is spent in thoracic research surgery. The 
second year is in clinical thoracic surgery at Baltimore City, Mercy and Univer- 
sity Hospitals. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE [a division of medicine] 

Certain phases of tropical medicine are considered in the course on clinical 
pathologv'. In addition, a course of lectures and demonstrations is given to the 
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TUBERCULOSIS [a division of medicine] 

During the third year in connection with the instruction in physical diagnosis 
a practical course is given at the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital. Stress is laid 
upon the recognition of the physical signs of the disease, as well as upon its sympto- 
matology and gross pathology. 

UROLOGY [a Divisiox of surgery] 

W. Houston Toulson Professor of Urology 

Kenneth D. Legge Professor of Clinical Urology 

Howard B. Mays Assistant Professor of Urology 

Francis VV. Gillis Assistant Professor of Urology 

John F. Hogan Assistant Professor of Urology 

John S. Haines Assistant Professor of Urology 

Austin H Wood Associate in Urology 

Lyle J. Millan Associate in Urology 

L. K. Fargo Associate in Urology 

Hugh J. Jewett Associate in Urology 

Martin A. Robbins Associate in Urology 

John D. Young. Jr Associate in Urology 

John H. Menning Instructor in Urology 

Third Year. This course is given for seven hours to the whole class. It con- 
sists of lectures and demonstrations, including the use of lantern slides and motion 
pictures. Dr. Toulson. 

Fourth Year. The course includes explanations and demonstrations of urethros- 
copy, cystoscopy, ureteral catheterization, renal function tests, urography, urine 
cultures and the various laboratory procedures. The teaching consists of clinics 
and ward rounds to small groups, and attendance by members of the senior class 
upon the out-patients in the dispensary. The student is placed on his own re- 
sponsibility in arriving at a diagnosis. These Out-Patient Department classes 
are conducted at both the Mercy and University Hospitals where practically 
every variety of urogenital disease is seen and used for teaching purposes. 

Third year 6 hours 

Fourth year 39 hours 

Total 45 hours 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 

Howard Rovelstad, A.B., M.A., B.S.L.S Director of Libraries and Professor 

of Library Science 



Ida Marian Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S Librarian and Associate Professor of 

Library Science 

Hilda E. Moore, A.B., A.B.L.S Associate Librarian 

Florence R. Kirk Assistant Librarian 

Marle Harvin, B.A., B.S.L.S Cataloguer 

Fritzi J. Farley Library Assistant 

Mary B. Lowber, A.B. Assistant to the Librarian 

Patricia C. Watkins Assistant to Cataloguer 



98 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

POSTGRADUATE COURSES 
Committee on Postgraduate Studies 
Howard M. Bubert, Chairman and Director 

Dietrich C. Smith, Assistant Director and 1st Y ice-chairman Frank H. J. Figge 

L. A. M. Krause, 2nd Vice-chairman Wetherbee Fort 

J. Edmund Bradley John C. Krantz, Jr. 

Otto C. Brantigan J. Morris Reese 

George H. Buck Milton S. Sacks 

William K. Diehl Allen F. Voshell 

John A. Wagner 

Elizabeth Carroll, Executive Secretary 

The Dean — Ex Officio 

Calendar: Postgraduate courses are ofifered from September 17 to June 5th. 

The Postgraduate Committee presented for the Maryland Academy of General 
Practice a closed circuit television show at University Hospital. Another telecast 
of this type is planned for the autumn of 1953. The program will originate at 
University Hospital. Remote presentation will be provided locally for the 
Baltimore City Medical Society at the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty Building, 
and for the Delaware Academy of General Practice via Wilmington, Delaware. 

The weekly television show, ''Live and Help Live", which was discontinued 
during the summer, will be resumed in September. 

A series of eight lectures on Cardiology will be presented in Wilmington to the 
Delaware Academy of General Practice. These lectures will begin in mid- 
September. 

A program to assist the Provident Hospital in the training of its house staffs 
has been instituted jointly by the University of Marjdand and the Johns Hopkins 
University Schools of Medicine, .\ffiliation between the University Hospital and 
The Lutheran Hospital of Maryland, Inc. is in progress. 

The following intramural postgraduate courses have been continued. 

General Anatomy: The course is designed to prepare candidates for the ex- 
amination of the American Board of General Surgery and Surgical Specialties. 
There is no strict rule governing either the content or duration of the course. 
Students may dissect a complete cadaver or any particular region in which they 
may be interested. Tuition arranged according to course content and duration. 

Anatomy of Head and Neck as applied to the eye, ear, nose and throat. 
Duration 150 hours, beginning on October 1 and ending approximately February 
28, comprising two periods of 4 hours per week. Tuition $75.00. Details as 
to the time of the individual periods will be arranged with candidates who wish to 
take the course. 

Surgical Anatomy: The course is designed to prepare candidates for the ex- 
amination in Anatomy of the American Board of Surgery. This is a ninety-hour 
course (3 hours a day, 2 days a week) given in conjunction with the regular sopho- 
more medical course in surgical anatomy. Tuition $150.00. 

Pathology: This course is designed to prepare candidates for certification in 
surgery, surgical specialties and internal medicine. Individuals will receive train- 
ing in autopsy and surgical pathology. Minimum duration is full time, six months. 
Tuition $150.00. 



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LECTURERS IN POSTGRADUATE 



Neuro pathology: This course is designed to aid in meeting the requirements of 
the specialty boards in neurological sciences and covers basic studies in diseases 
of the central nervous system. Duration is six months, full time. Tuition 
S2fK).0O plus $10.00 laboratory fee. 

Gynecology and Obstetrics: This is a review for general practitioners. 
Students attend lectures, ward rounds and clinics, and observe operations and 
deliveries. Full time for twelve weeks. Tuition $150.00. 

Gynecology. Oncology and Female Urology: This is a review designed 
primarily for the general practitioner. Students attend lectures, ward rounds 
and clinics and observe operations. Full time for ten weeks. Tuition $125.00. 

Basic Sciences as They Apply to the Practice of Medicine. This course 
is designed to familiarize students with the advances in basic sciences during recent 
years. The course consists of 32 periods of 2 hours each, once a week between 
October and June. Tuition $50.00. 

Full descriptions of these courses are available. Inquiries should be addressed 
to the Post Graduate Committee, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 
Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

MEDICINE 

Herbert E. Reifschneider 
Dexter L. Reimann 
Henry L. Rigdon 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr 
Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 
Raymond C. V. Robinson 
Milton S. Sacks 
John E. Savage 
Sidney Scherlis 
Emil G. Schmidt 
William B. Settle 
Dietrich C. Smith 
George W. Smith 
Merrill Snyder 
Nathan Snyder 
Hugh R. Spencer 
Melchijah Spragins 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
Harry A. Teitelbaum 
W. Houston Toulson 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Allen Fiske Voshell 
John A. Wagner 
Wallace Walker 
MHton J. Wilder 
Walter D. Wise 
Henry L. Wollenweber 
Theodore E. Woodward 
Robert B. Wright 
George H. Yeager 



Thurston R. Adams 
Marie A. Andersch 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Robert E. Bauer 
Joseph G. Bird 
Harry C. Bowie 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Otto C. Brantigan 
George H. Brouillet 
Howard M. Bubert 
Raymond M. Burgison 
T. Nelson Carey 

C. Jelleff Carr 
Robert Chenowith 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Edward F. Cotter 
Richard J. Cross, Jr. 
John DeCarlo, Jr. 
Francis G. Dickey 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 

D. McClelland Dixon 
Louis H. Douglass 

J. Sheldon Eastland 
Charles Reid Edwards 
Monte Edwards 
William L. Fearing 
Frederick P. Ferguson 
Frarkk H. J. Figge 
Jacob E. Finesinger 
A. H. Finkelstein 
Russel S. Fisher 



Richard M. Garrett 
Albert E. Goldstein 
Lewis P. Gundry 
Frank W. Hachtel 
Jerome Hartz 
Charles W. liawkins 
Nathan B. Herman 
Harry C. Hull 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
D. Frank Kaltreider 
Theodore Kardash 
F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
Vernon E. Krahl 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
L. A. M. Krause 
Arnold F. Lavenstein 
C. Edward Leach 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
William S. Love, Jr. 
Wm. V. Lovitt, Jr. 
Fred R. McCrumb 
Hugh B. McNally 
Howard B. Mays 
Samuel Morrison 
H. Whitman Newell 
Robert H. Oster 
Frank J. Otenasek 
Robert T. Parker 
Ross Z. Pierpont 
Maurice C. PincoflFs 
J. Morris Reese 



FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 TO JANUARY 23, 1954 



Hours 


Monday Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday Friday ' 


Saturday 






OrienUtion 










9:00-10:00 










1st 3 Lectures 






9.00 

to 

12.00 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

Lecture and Lab. 

2nd Floor Bressler 


A.H. 

Anatomy 

10:00-12:00 

Ist 3 Sessions 

After Oct. 7 

Anatomy 

9:00-12:00 

1st Floor Br. Lab. 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

Lecture and Lab. 

2nd Floor Bressler 


Gross Anatomy 

A.n. 


12.00 








to 




Lunch 




1.00 








1.00 




Gross Anatomy 




to 


Lectured. B 


. 1:00 to 2:00 Daily. Laboratory 




5.00 


Bressler 1, 2:00 to 5:00 Daily 





* Course ends December 18, 1953. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 25 TO JUNE 5, 1954 



Hours 



9.00 

to 

12.00 



Monday 



Tuesday 



Wednesday | Thursday 



Friday 



Saturday 



Laboratory 



Biol. Chem. 
Sect. A 



Laboratory 



Biol. Chem. 
Sect. B 



12.00 

to 

1.00 



Psycl-iiatry i Psychiatry 

Sect. B I Sect. A 

A.H, I A.H. 



Lunch 



Lunch 



1.00 

to 

2.00 

2.00 

to 

3.00 



3.00 


to 


4.00 



Bid. Chem. 
Adm. 1 



Biol. Chem. 
Adm. 1 



Neuro- 
physiology 
Bressler 2 



4.00 

to 

5.00 



Neuro- 
Anatomy 
Lecture 

and 

Laboratory 



Bressler 
2nd Floor 



Laboratory 



Biol. Chem. 
Sect. A 

Psychiatry 

Sect. B 

A.H. 

Lunch 



Biol. Chem. 
Adm. 1 



I Biol. Chem. 
I Conference 
; Adm. 1 

Biostatistics 
C.H. 



Laboratory 



Biol. Chem. 
Sect. B 

Psychiatry 

Sect. A 

A.H. 

Lunch 

Biol. Chem. 

Adm. 1 

Neuro- 
An atomy 
Lecture 

and 

Laboratory 

Bressler 
2nd Floor 



Introduction 

to 

Medicine 



A.H. 



Lunch 



Biol. Chem. 
Adm. 1 



1 Biol. Chem. 
I Conference 
! Adm. J 




Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First Floor, Administration Building, 520 W. Lombard Street. 
A. H. — Anatomical Hall — Upper Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets 
C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, 522 W. Lombard Street. 
Biological Chemistry Laboratory — Third Floor, 31 South Greene Street. 
Bressler Research Laboratory— 29 S. Greene Street 
Gross Anatomy — First Floor 
Histology and Embryology— Second Floor 
>seuro-anatomy — Second Floor 

Mid-Year Examinaiions—J artuary 18-23, 1954 
Final Examinatioru— Begin May 24, 19:4 



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FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 TO JANUARY 23, ] 


1954 


Hours 


Monday 

Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 
9.30 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Medicine 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Clinical 
Pathology 


9.30 

to 
10.30 


Physiology 
Conference 
Bressler 2 


Bacteriology 
Adm. 1 


Bacteriology 

Adm I 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Soph. & Jr. 

8:00-9:00 

C. //. 


5*0.30 

to 
12.30 


tBacteriology 
Laboratory 


Neurological 

Diagnosis 

10:45-11:45 

C.H. 


Correlative 

Medicine 
9:00-12:00 
P. I. J71 


12.30 


Lunch 




1.00 


Pharmacology Lecture 

Bressler 2 

Seel. B. \ Sut. A. 

1:00-2:00 


Clinical 

Pathology 

Laboratory 

1:00-4:00 

Bressler 5 


Pharmacology Laboratory 

3rd Floor Bressler 

Sect. B. 1 Sect. A. 

1:00-4:00 




S.OO 


Physiology Laboratory 

4th Floor Bressler 

Sect. A. j Sect. B. 

1:00-5:00 


Physiology Laboratory 

4th Floor Bressler 

Sect. A. j Sect. B. 

1:00-5:00 





t Bacteriology Laboratory — Section work during the last month. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 25 TO JUNE 5, 1954 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 
9.30 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 

Adm. 1 


Orthopaedics 

Adm. 1 


Obstetrics 
Amp. 


Clinical 
Pathology- 
Soph. & Jr. 
8:00-9:00 


9.30 Pharmacology 

to 
10.30 1 Brcisler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Laboratory 

Bressler 1 


Gv-necology 
Adm. 1 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


C. U. 


Physical 


10.30 Pathology 

to j 
1 1 in n n 


Pathology 
C.B. 


Pathology 

Adm. 1 


Pathology 
C.B. 


9:00-12:00 
C. H. 


11.30 






Lunch 




12.00 ! 

to 
2.00 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Inmiunology 

12:00-1:00 

C. E. 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 




2.00 

to 
3.00 1 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Adm. 1 


Ij Immunology 
Laboratory 


Clinical 
Pathology 

1:00-4:00 
Bressler 5 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. A 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. B 

(3:00-5:00) 

U.H.D. 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. B 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sut.A 

(3:00-5:00) 

U.H.D. 




1 
3.00 Surgical 
to ' Anatomy 
5.00 Laboratory 
Bressler 1 





3 Immunology Laboratory— Section work during last two months. 

Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First Floor, Administration Building, 520 W. Lombard Street. 
C. H.— Chemical HaU, Lower Hall, 522 W. Lombard Streec. 

Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets, Eighth Floor. 
U. H. D.— University Hospital Out-Patient Department.Old Hospital Building, 
P. I.— Psychiatric In?titute. 
Laboratories: 

Physiology, Pharmacology, Surgical Anatomy— Bressler Building. 
Bacteriology, Immunology, Pathology, Sevroud Floor, 31 S. Greene Street. 
Mid-Year Examinattoris — January lS-23, 1954 
Final Examinations — Besin May 24, 1954 



102 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 
SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 TO JUNE 5, 1954 



CLASS DIVISIONS* 



Division 1 

Medicine 

Legal Medicine 

Industrial Medicine 

Public Health 

Neurology 



Division 2 

Surgery 

Operative Surgery 
Neurosurgery 
Otolaryngology 

Otology 
Ophthalmoscopy 

Pathology 
Clinical Pathology 



Division 3 


Division 4t 


The Specialties 


CUaical Clerkships 


— 


Neurology 


Obstetrics 


Pathology 


Pathology 


Roentgenology 


Clinical Pathology 


Orthopaedics 


Psychiatry 




Pediatrics 





STUDENT GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 



1st Quarter 


3rd Quarter 






September 17, 1953 to November 14, 1953 


January 31, 1954 to March 27, 1954 






(8 weeks) 


(8 weeks) 






Groups 1 and 2 Division 1 


Groups 1 and 2 Division 3 






Groups 3 and 4 Division 2 


Groups 3 and 4 Division 4 






Groups 5 and 6 Division 3 


Groups 5 and 6 Division 1 






Groups 7 and 8 Division 4 


Groups 7 and 8 Division 2 




2nd Quarter 


4th Quarter 






November 15, 1953 to January 30. 1954 


March 28, 1954 to May 29, 1954 






(8 weeks) 


(8 weeks) 






Groups 1 and 2 Division 2 


Groups 1 and 2 Division 4 






Groups 3 and 4 Division 3 


Groups 3 and 4 Division 1 






Groups 5 and 6 Division 4 


Groups 5 and 6 Division 2 






Groups 7 and 8 Division 1 


Groups 7 and 8 Division 3 





• The Curriculum is arranged into 4 divisions, and the class into 8 groups. The entire class assembles daily (except 
Sunday) for lectures at 8:00 and at 9:00 a.m. in Chemical Hall after which students assigned to Division 4 transfer to 
B.C.H. Divisions 1, 2, and 3 remain at University Hospital. 

t Students of Division 4 spend 8 weeks at Baltimore City Hospitals. All students assigned to Division 4 at Balti- 
more City Hospitals must complete the first 4 weeks of work as assigned. During the second 4-week period, however, 
a Ibnited number of students (not to exceed 12) may elect instead to take psychiatry at University Hospital. On Hon 
days, Tuesdays and Thursdays students assigned to Division 4 at Baltimore City Hospitals return to the Medical School 
for classes at 2:00 p.m. 
4-week Periods: 

September 17-October 17 January 31 -February 27 

October 18 -November 14 February 28-March 27 

November 15-December 19 March 28 -May 1 

January 4 -January 30 May 2 -May 29 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



103 



FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 
SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 TO MAY 18, 1954 

CLASS DIVISIONS* 



Division If 



Medicine and Medical 
Specialties (8 weeks) 

Neurology 

Cardiology 

Gastro-Entero'iOgy 

Metabolism 

Allergy 

Roentper.ology 



Division 2 


Division 3t 


Pediatrics 


Surgery and Surgical 


(4 week.3) 


Specialties (8 weeks) 


Psychiatry 


Urology 


(4 weeks) 


Neuro Surgery 




Otology, Rhinology and 




Laryngology 




Orthopaedics 




Roentgenology 



Division 4 



Obstetrics 

(2 weeks) 

Gynecology 
Oncology 
(2 weeks) 

Dermatology & Syphiloiogy 

Oncology 

Ophthalmology 

Anesthesiology 

(4 weeks) 



STUDENT GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 



1st Quarter 


3rd Quarter 


Sept. 17. loS3toxNov. 11,1953 

(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division It 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 2 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division 3f 
Groups 13, 14, 15, 16 to Division 4 


Jan. 25. 1954 to March 19, 1954 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 3t 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 4 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division It 
Groups 13. 14. 15, 16. to Division 2 


2nd Quarter 


4th Quarter 


Nov. 12. 1953 to Jan. 23, 1954 

(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 2 
Groups 5, 6. 7, 8 to Division 3t 
Groups 9. 10, 11. 12 to Division 4 
Groups U, 14, 15, 16 to Division It 


March 20, 1954 to May 18, 1954 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 4 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division It 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division 2 
Groups 13, 14, 15. 16 to Division 3t 



•The curriculum is arranged into 4 divisions, and the senior class into 16 groups. 

t The curriculum of Divisions 1 and 3 is given at the University and Mercy Hospitals simultaneously. There are 
4 groups of students assigned to each division. Two groups or one half the students of each division are assigned 
work for 4 weeks at each hospital. Students belonging to groups 1, 2, 9 and 10 rep>ort to the University Hospital 
for the 1st 4 weeks. Groups 3, 4, 11 and 12 report to Mercy. .At the end of 4 weeks the students at the Univer- 
sity Hospital report to Mercy and the groups ai Mercy report to the University Hospital for a similar period, thus com- 
pleting for each group involved one division ot work. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
AND COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



GRADUATES, JUNE 6, 1953 



Arp, Loms Croft, Jr., A.B Illinois 

Baldwin, Richard Moffett, B.S. 

Maryland 
Banks, James Leroy, Jr., B.S. 

South Carolina 
Bastian, Grace Arlene, B.S.. Maryland 
Beck, George Henry, A.B. Maryland 
Berkeley, Scott Bruce, Jr., A.B. 

North Carolina 

Berkow, Robert, B.S Maryland 

Blumenfeld, Samuel, A.B Marjdand 

BoGGs, James Ernest, A.B. . West Virginia 
BovE, Joseph Richard, B.S.. New Jersey 
Brinkley, George Ross, Jr., A.B. 

West Virginia 
Bulluck, David Ernest, Jr., B.S. 

North Carolina 

BuRKART, Thomas Joseph, B.S Ohio 

Byerly, Walter Houck, B.A. . . Maryland 
Byrnes, Bernard Joseph, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 
Carroll, Charles Fisher, Jr., B.S. 

North Carolina 
Carter, Donald Sweetser . . . Maryland 

Clift, John Vinton, B.S Maryland 

Codington, John Bonnell, B.S. 

North Carolina 

Cohen, Jerome, B.S Maryland 

Colon-Lugo, Salomon Puerto Rico 

Doerner, Wyand Francis, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 

DowELL, Rowland Judson Utah 

Dumler, John Donald, B.S.. .Maryland 
Edlow, Jules Bernard, B.S. . .Maryland 

Eye, Harry Luke, A.B West Virginia 

FiROR, Hugh Valentine Georgia 

Flax, Leonard Harold, B.S. . Maryland 

Frieman, Sylvan, B.S Maryland 

Garlock, Frederick Adams, B.S. 

Maryland 
Garrison, Joseph Shermer, III, B.A. 

Maryland 

Gevas, George, B.S Ohio 

Gillotte, Joseph Patrick, B.S. 

Connecticut 
Click, Leonard Barry, B.S. . Maryland 
Hartman, John McMaster, B.A. 

West Virginia 
Heisse, John Wilbur, Jr., B.A. 

Maryland 
Henson, Kenneth Clifford, B.S. 

Marj^and 
Herbert, Thomas Franklyn. .Maryland 
Hess, Charos Franklin, A.B. 

Pennsylvania 

HiMMEL WRIGHT, GeORGE OvERTON, B.S. 

Maryland 



Holder, William Lewis, A.B Georgia 

Huntley, Earl Stuart, Jr., B. A.. Florida 

Jones, Henry Albert, Jr Maryland 

Jones, Thomas Lawson, B.S.. .Maryland 
Judge, Walter Francis, B.S. 

New Jersey 
Kaese, Werner Erich, B.S. 

Pennsylvania 
Karn, William Nicholas, Jr. . . Maryland 
Kingsbury, Robert Coburn, B.S. 

Mar3-land 
KisER, William Sites, B.S. 

West Virginia 

Knight, Arthur Clyde Montana 

Lambert, Robert Young, A.B. 

South Carolina 
Langrall, Harrison Morton, Jr., B.A. 

Maryland 

Lee, Benjamin Buck, B.A Maryland 

Leighton, Herbert Houck . . . Maryland 

Levine, Robert Lee, B.S Maryland 

Longo-Cordero, Rafael .... Puerto Rico 

Madge, Gordon Evans Mar>dand 

McCracken, Jesse William, B.S. 

North Carolina 
McFadden, Archibald Weems, B.S. 

Maryland 
Mendelsohn, Ronald Edward, B.S. 

Maryland 
Metcalf, John William, Jr., B.S.. .Ohio 
Middleton, Benjamin Martin, B.S. 

Maryland 

Might, James Edward, B.A Ohio 

Miles, Leslie Roy, Jr., A.B. 

Pennsylvania 
Miller, George Henry, B.S. .Maryland 
Miller, Norman Louis, B.S.. .Maryland 
Palmtsano, Joseph Frank, B.S. 

Maryland 

Peck, George Charles, B.S Florida 

Powder, James Richard, B.A. . Maryland 
Quinn, Corbett Latimer, B.A. 

North Carolina 

Read, James Lamar, B.S Maryland 

Richardson, Joe Bernal, A.B.. .Georgia 
Richmond, Lewis Cass, Jr. 

West Virginia 
RowE, James Earle, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 
Schindler, Richard Elias, B.S. 

Maryland 
Shuman, Joseph Ellyn, B.S.. .Maryland 
Singleton, Robert Tiffany, B.S. 

Maryland 

Skaggs, Thom.\s Wayne, B.S Florida 

Slasman, William Howry, Jr., B.A. 

Mar>'land 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 105 

Smiih, William Meredith, Jr., B.S. Vance, Arnold Leonard, B.S. 

Maryland Maryland 

Spudis, Edward Verhines, B.S. Walter, Herbert Guy, Jr Nevada 

Washington, D. C. Watson, Jack Thomas, B.S. 
Templeton, Wllllam Pendleton, B.S. West Virginia 

Maryland Weaver, Karl Hanna .... West Virginia 

Treiber, Martin Williams, B.S. Webster, Joel Stoops, B.S Maryland 

Maryland W^eeks, Harry Stephen, Jr., A.B. 

Troxel, James Roy, B.A Maryland West Virginia 

Tyson, William Alva Way, B.S. Weiner, Israel Howard, A.B. 

Maryland Maryland 

HONORS 

University Prize Gold Medal 

Ronald Edward Mendelsohn 

Certificate of Honor 

Grace'J'Arlene Bastian Joseph Patrick Gillotte 

R. Judson Dowell William Sites Kiser 

Herbert Guy Walter, Jr. 

The Dr. A. Bradley Gaither Memorial Prize 
Leonard Harold Flax 

The Dr. William D. Wolfe Memorial Prize and Certificate of 

Proficiency 

Jack Thomas Watson 

The Dr. Leonard M. Hummel Memorial Medal and Certificate of 

Proficiency 

James Leroy Banks, Jr. 

INTERNSHIPS— GRADUATES OF JUNE 6, 1953 

July 1, 1953-June 30, 1954 

Arp, Louis Croft, Jr St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, Illinois 

Baldwin, Richard Moffett Charity Hospital of Louisiana, New Orleans, La. 

Banks, James Leroy, Jr Greenville General Hospital, Greenville, S. Car. 

Bastl\n, Grace Arlene St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

Beck, George Henry Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

Berkeley, Scott Bruce, Jr Cooper Hospital, Camden, New Jersey 

Berkow, Robert The IMount Sinai Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

Blumenteld, Samuel Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Boggs, J.\mes Ernest St. Mary's Hospital, Huntington, West Virginia 

BovE, Joseph Richard University Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

Brinkley, George Ross, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

BuLLucK, David Ernest, Jr Cooper Hospital, Camden, New Jersey 

BuRKART, Thomas Joseph U. S. PubHc Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Byerly, Walter Houck University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Byrnes, Bernard Joseph, Jr Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Carroll, Charles Fisher, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 



106 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Carter, Donald Sweetser Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Clift, John Vinton Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc, Baltimore, Md. 

Codington, John Bonnell University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Cohen, Jerome Gallinger Municipal Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Colon-Lugo, S.\lomon St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Doerner, \Vy.\nd Fr^vncis, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Dowell, R. Judson 

San Francisco Hospital, University of California, San Francisco, California 

Dumler, John Donald St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Edlow, Jules Bernard Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md, 

Eye, Harry Luke University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

FiROR, Hugh Valentine University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Fl.\x, Leonard Harold Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Friem.\n, Sylv.an Gallinger Municipal Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Oarlock, Frederick Adams U. S. Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, Illinois 

G.\rrison, Joseph Shermer, III U. S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Gevas, George Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

Gillotte, Joseph P.a.trick U. S. Public Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Glick, Leonard Barry Charity Hospital of Louisiana, New Orleans, La. 

Hartman, John McMaster U. S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, CaUfomia 

Heisse, John Wilbur, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

Henson, Kenneth Clifford The Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Md. 

Herbert, Thomas Fr.\nklyn St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hess, Charles Franklin St. Joseph's Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. 

Hlmmelwright, George 0\'erton St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Holder, William Lewis Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Huntley, Earl Stuart, Jr Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Jont:s, Henry Albert GalUnger Municipal Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Jones, Thomas Lawson Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Jl*dge, Walter Fr.a.ncis U. S. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Kaese, Wernt:r Erich Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. 

Karn, Willlam Nicholas, Jr Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Kingsbury, Robert Coburn U. S. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

KiSER, William Sites University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Knight, Arthur Clyde Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Lambert, Robert Young Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

Langrall, Harrison Morton, Jr. . . Winchester Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Virginia 

Lee, Benjamin Buck St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Leighton, Herbert Houck University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Lexone, Robert Lee Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

LoNGO-CoRDERO, Rafael University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

M.\dge, Gordon Evans 

McCracken, Jesse William Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Charlotte, North Car. 

McFadden, Archibald Weems Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Mendelsohn, Ronald Edward U. S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, California 

Metcalf, John William, Jr U. S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, CaUfornia 

MiDDLETON, Benjamin Martin St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Might, James Edw-aeid Youngstown Hospital Association, Youngstown, Ohio 

Miles, Leslie Roy, Jr Winchester Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Virginia 

Miller, George Henry Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Miller, Norman Louis Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 107 

Palmisano, Joseph Feank Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Peck, George Charles Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, New York 

Powder, James Richard Winchester Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Virginia 

QuiNN, CoRBETT Latimer Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Read, James Lamar University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Richardson, Joseph Bernal Charity Hospital of Louisiana, New Orleans, La. 

Richmond, Lewis Cass, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

RowE, James Earle, Jr St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Schindler, Richard Elias Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Shtjman, Joseph Ellyn Gallinger Municipal Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Singleton, Robert Tiffany University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Skaggs, Thomas Wayne Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Slasman, William Howry, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Smith, William Meredith, Jr Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Spudis, Edward Verhines Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, Michigan 

Templeton, William Pendleton 

Holston Valley Community Hospital, Kingsport, Tenn. 

Treiber, Martin William Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Troxel, James Roy Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Tyson, William Alva Way University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Vance, Arnold Leonard St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Walter, Herbert Guy, Jr St. John's Hospital, Santa Monica, California 

Watson, Jack Thomas Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Weaver, Karl Hanna University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Webster, Joel Stoops University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Weeks, Harry Stephen, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Weiner, Israel Howard University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

MATRICULANTS 
SENIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO JUNE 6, 1953 

Arp, Louis Croft, Jr., A.B., State University of Iowa, 1949 Illinois 

Baldwin, Richard Moffett, B.S., Loyola College, 1949 Maryland 

Banks, James Leroy, Jr., B.S., Furman University, 1949 South Carolina 

Bastian, Grace Arlene, B.S., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Beck, George Henry, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1949 Maryland 

Berkeley, Scott Bruce, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1949, School of 

Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 North Carolina 

Berkow, Robert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Blumenfeld, Samuel, A.B., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Boggs, James Ernest, A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

BovE, Joseph Richard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 New Jersey 

Brinkley, George Ross, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

BuLLUCK, David Ernest, Jr., B.S., University of North Carolina, 1949, School of 

Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 North Carolina 

Burkart, Thomas Joseph, B.S., Loyola College, 1949 Ohio 

Byerly, Walter Houck, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Byrnes, Bernard Joseph, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1949 Maryland 

Carroll, Charles Fisher, Jr., B.S., Guilford College, 1949 North Carolina 

Carter, Donald Sweetser, Duke University Maryland 

Clift, John Vinton, B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1949 Maryland 

Codington, John Bonnell, B.S., Davidson College, 1949 North Carolina 

Cohen, Jerome, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Colon-Lugo, Salomon, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Doerner, Wyand Francis, Jr., B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College, 1949 Maryland 

Dowell, Rowland Judson, University of Utah Utah 



108 UNIVERSITV OF MARYLAND 

DuMLER, John Donald, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Edlow, Jules Bernard, B.S., University of Marylatid, 1951 Maryland 

Eye, Harry Luke, A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

FiROR, Hugh V.\lentine, University of Georgia Georgia 

Fi.AX, Leonard Harold, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Frieman, Sylvan, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Garlock, Frederick Adams, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Garrison, Joseph Sheraier, ^d, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1949 Maryland 

Gevas, George, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Gillotte, Joseph Patrick, B.S., University of Maryland^ 1951 Connecticut 

Glick, Leonard Barry, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Hartman, John McM aster, A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

Heisse, John Wilbur, Jr., A.B,, Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Henson, Kenneth Clifford, B.S., Salem College, 1949 Maryland 

Herbert, Thomas Franklyn, Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Hess, Charles Franklin, A.B., McPherson College, 1949 Pennsylvania 

HiMMELWRiGHT, George Overton, B.S., Ujiiversity of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Holder, William Lewis, A.B., Emory University, 1949 Georgia 

Huntley, Earl Stuart, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1949, School 

of Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 Florida 

Jones, Henry Albert, Jr., Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Jones, Thomas Lawson, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Judge, Walter Francis, B.S., University of Noire Dame, 1949 New Jersey 

Kaese, Werner Erich, B.S., Albright College, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Karn, William Nicholas, Jr., Alfred University Maryland 

Kingsbury, Robert Coburn, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

KiSER, William Sites, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 West Virginia 

Knight, Arthur Clyde, Montana State University Montana 

Lambert, Robert Young, A.B., Emory University, 1949 South Carolina 

Langrall, Harrison Morton, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Lee, Benjamin Buck, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Leighton, Herbert Houck, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Levine, Robert Lee, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Longo-Cordero, Rafael, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Madge, Gordon Evans, College of William and Mary Maryland 

McCracken, Jesse William, B.S., Guilford College, 1949, University of North 

Carolina, School of Medicine, September 1949 to 1951 North Carolina 

McFadden, Archibald Weems, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Mendelsohn, Ronald Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Metcalf, John William, Jr., B.S., Kent State University, 1949 Ohio 

Middleton, Benjamin Martln, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Might, James Edward, A.B,, Wittenberg College, 1949 Ohio 

Miles, Leslie Roy, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Miller, George Henry, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Miller, Norman Louis, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951.^ Maryland 

Palmisano, Joseph Frank, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Peck, George Charles, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Florida 

Powder, James Richard, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

QuiNN, Corbett, Latimer, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1949, School of 

Medicine, September 1949 to June 1951 North Carolina 

Read, James Lamar, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Richardson, Joe Bernal, A.B., Emory University, 1949 Georgia 

Richmond, Lewis Cass, Jr., Duke University West Virginia 

Row^, James Earle, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

ScHiNDLER, Richard Elias, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Shuman, Joseph Ellyn, B.S., Washington College, 1949 Maryland 

Singleton, Robert Tiffany, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Skaggs, Thomas Wayne, B.S., University of Miami, 1947 Florida 

Slasman, William Howry, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Smith, William Meredith, Jr., B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College, 1949 Maryland 

Spudis, Edward Verhines, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Washington, D. C. 

Templeton, William Pendleton, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Treiber, Martin William, B.S., University of Maryland, 194S Maryland 



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Troxel, James Roy, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1948 Maryland 

Tyson, William Alva Way, B.S., Dickinson College, 1949 Maryland 

Vance, Arnold Leonard, B.S,, University oj Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Walter, Herbert Guy, Jr., University of Nevada Nevada 

Watson, Jack Thomas, B.S., U. S. Naval Academy, 1945 West Virginia 

Weaver, Karl Hanna, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Webster, Joel Stoops, B.S., University of Maryland, J951 Maryland 

Weeks, Harry Stephen, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1949 West Virginia 

Weiner, Israel Howard, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

JUNIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO JUNE 6, 1953 

Abrams, Samuel Joseph, B.A,, Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Baitch, Arthur, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Bauernschub, George Marbry, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Beach, Robert William, III, B.A., Yale University, 1950 Maryland 

Bechtold, Jean Carol, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Berck, Beverly Jean, B.A., Asbury College, 1950 Maryland 

Bernardo, Anthony A., B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Rhode Island 

Berntson, Dale Rampston, B.A., University of Utah, 1949 Utah 

Besson, Edwin Henry Taylor, B.S., Washington College, 1950 Maryland 

Betz, Richard Norman, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Blumenfeld, Herbert Lee, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Brown, Stuart Morton, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Bullock, Allen Culpepper, Jr., B.S., Bates College, 1950 Maine 

Carney, Mary Kathleen, B.A., College of Notre Dame, 1950 Maryland 

Cohen, Earl, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Coyle, Jean Marie, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Defendini, Efrain Antonio, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Doran, William Fr.'^ncis, B.S., Allegheny College, 1950 Pennsylvania 

Edwards, Arthur George, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Ellin, Morton Jack, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Ellis, Robert Haig, B.S., University of North Dakota, 1950, University of 

North Dakota Medical School, 1950-1952 North Dakota 

Ev.-^ns, Theodore Edward, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Fitch, Charles Thomas, B.S., George Washington University, 1950 Maryland 

Forrest, Otto Norman, Jr., B.A., Duke University, 1949 Maryland 

Framm, Daniel Herschel, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Freed, Malcolm Felix, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Fritz, George Suppes, University of Maryland Maryland 

Fruth, Richard Lawrence, B.A., M.S., W. Va. University, 1949, 1950. . . .West Virginia 
Funkhouser, George Richard, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950. . . .Maryland 

Gable, Walter DeLay, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Gerwig, John Monroe, Jr., B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Gessner, John Edward, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Glick, Louis Michael, Mi. St. Mary's College Maryland 

Goldsmith, Ralph Samuel, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950 Maryland 

Goldstein, Robert Bruce, University of Maryland Maryland 

Gunning, Jean Jacques, B.A., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Halgrimson, Kenneth Wayne, B.S., College of Idaho, 1950 North Dakota 

Hammer, Charles John, Jr., B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Hartm.\n, John Frederick. B.S., Loyola Clllege, 1950 Maryland 

Harvey, Harold Dewey, B.A., B.S., Southwest Missouri State Coll., 1950. . . .Missouri 

Hatfield, William Henry, Jr., B.A., St. John's College, 1941 Maryland 

Hayes, James Westcott, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Headley, William McKendree, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Holcombe, Robert Calkins, B.A., Washington University, 1950 Illinois 

HoPF, Edward Warren, B.S., Loyola College, 1950. Maryland 

HouPT, William Pierre, B.A., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Hunt, Thomas Edward, Jr., B.A., West Virginia University, 1950 West Virginia 

Jones, Richard Arvin, B.A., Bridgewaler College, 1950 Maryland 

Jones, Rosella Edith, B.A., Indiana University, 1949 Maryland 

K.aplan, Irvin Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Keefe, Raymond Bern.ard, B.S., College of the Holy Cross, 1950 Connecticut 



no UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

KiESTER, Thomas Edward, B.A., Wittenberg College, 1950 Ohio 

Klohr, Edward Saiith, Jr., Western Maryland College Maryland 

Knotts, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., B.A., Duke University, 1950 Florida 

Lavine, Stanford Abe, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Pennsylvania 

Levin, Herbert Joseph, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Levine, Hilbert Merrill, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Levy, David Alfred, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

LooFF, David Henry, B.S., State College of^ Washington, 1950 Washington 

Mawhinney, Charles, Jr., B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1948 Pennsylvania 

McGoNiGLE, John Jerome, Jr., B.A., Holy Cross College, 1950 Massachusetts 

Moss, Irwin Harold, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Mueller, Charles Herbert, Jr., B.S., Wheaton College, 1940 Mar>'land 

Mueller, Eugene Alexander, B.S., Mt. Union College, 1949 Ohio 

Murphy, John Daily, B.A., Centre College, 1950 Illinois 

Nafzinger, Moses Leroy, B.S., Juniaia College, 1950 Maryland 

Nangle, Gerald Francis, B.A., Ohio State University, 1948 Maryland 

Novey, Riva Esther, A.B., Gouclier College, 1935, M.S., Smith College 1938. . .Maryland 

NoYA, Joseph, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950 Maryland 

Owens, David, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Pacicard, Albert Gibson, Jr., B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Pats, Albert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Patten, David Hales, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Perez -Arzola, Miguel, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Raab, Hellmuth, Florida Southern College Maryland 

Rainess, Morris, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Roberts, Robert Reuel Richard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

ScHLENOFF, MiLTON, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Shapiro, Jerome Edwin, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Shochet, Bernard Richard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Simpson, Marshall Albert, Western Maryland College Delaware 

Smyth, James Walter, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Solon, Thomas John, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 New York 

Stangebye, Thorlief Ludvig, Jr., A.B., University of North Dakota, 1950, 

University of North Dakota Medical School, 1950-1952 North Dakota 

Teeter, James Herring, B.A., Gettysburg College, 1950 Maryland 

Thames, Rufus, B.S., University of Florida, 1950 Florida 

Tracy, Harold William, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Trapnell, Henry Rogers, University of Virginia Maryland 

TuBLiN, Ira Nathan, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Wall, George Harry, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Weiss, Harold Robert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Welliver, Daniel Irvin, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Welton, William Arch, Jr., B.A., Harvard University, 1950 West Virginia 

White, Kenneth Howard, Jr., B.A., Youngstown College, 1950 Ohio 

Whittaker, Arthur Vance, B.S., Geneva College, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Wild, William Otto, B.S., Mt. Union College, 1950 Ohio 

Wohl, Milton Jack, B.S., University of Dayton, 1950 Maryland 

Yim, Robert Earl, B.S., University of Nevada, 1950 Nevada 

SOPHOMORE CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO JUNE 6, 1953 

Albrecht, John George, Adelphi College New York 

Baer, George Kohler, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Balcerzak, Stanley Paul, Jr., University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 

Ball, James John, University of Illinois Maryland 

Bailnett, Robert Maitland, Jr., College of Charleston South Carolina 

Benitez-Van Rhyn, Eugenio Enhique, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 

1951 Puerto Rico 

Beyer, Otto Christian, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Blankman, Norman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953. ._ Maryland 

Bradley, Albert Bennett, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Brunschwyler, Philip Craig, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Bullard, Foster Lucius, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1951 Florida 






SCHOOL OF MEDICINE HI 

Cameron, Donald Chisholm, B.A., University of Delaware, 1951 Delaware 

Capel, Neal Conrad, B.S., University oj Utah, 1951 Utah 

Cavallaro, Joseph William, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Charles, Roderick Edward, B.S., Howard University, 195 J Maryland 

Close, James McClav, B.A., Virginia Military Institute, 1951 Maryland 

Cohen, Jonas Kolker, A.B., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Cole, Roger Willard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Cornell, Roger Detlef, B.S., Davidson College, 1951 Maryland 

Cowan, Thomas Warner, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Pennsylvania 

Cox, Everard Francis, B.S., tfniversity of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Daly, Mary Viola, B.S., American University 1950; M.S., Iowa State 

College, 1951 Maryland 

Dann, Theodore Alvin, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Darrell, John Joseph, Loyola College Maryland 

Davis, Thomas Edward, B.A., Washington & Lee University, 1951 Maryland 

Dembo, Donald Howard, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Diederichs, Henry August, B.A., Wittenberg College, 1951 Ohio 

Dvorine, William, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Engers, John Albert, Jr., B.S,, Georgetovni University, 1950 Maryland 

Eshelman, Joseph Chalice, University of Maryland Maryland 

Feldman, Martin Jerome, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Frederick, James Nelson, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Friskey, George H.\milton, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Galloway, Charles Barton, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Gauld, John Ross, A.B., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Gelhaus, Vernon Maynard, Loyola College Maryland 

Gifford, George Edmund, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Gilmore, George Travers, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Goldberg, Julian Robert, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Goldiner, Marvin Alfred, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Goshorn, Gary Swan, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Harris, Daniel Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Hecker, Alvin Wilfred, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Herbst, Harry Herman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Higman, Henry Booth, B.A., St. Johns College, 1950 Maryland 

Himmler, Walter Norman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Hollister, William, Jr., B.S., Davidson College, 1951 North Carolina 

Hopkins, Peter Holmes, B.S., Randolph-Macon College, 1951 Maryland 

Hudson, Paul Carroll, A.B., Princeton University, 1948 Maryland 

Hughes, James Lewis, B.S., Georgetown University, 1951 Maryland 

Iwantsch, Alfred Edmund, Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

James, Walter Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Kappelman, Murray Martin, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Keefe, William Peter, B.S., College of the Holy Cross, 1951 Connecticut 

Keegan, James Thomas, B.A., Dartmouth College, 1951 Connecticut 

Kimmel, Louis Edmund, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

King, Daniel Denoon, Jr., B.S., College of William and Mary, 1951 Maryland 

KiRBY, William Henry, Jr., B.E., Johns Hopkins University, 1943, M.S. Johns 

Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Klugm.\n, Yale Lee, B.S., University of Maryland^ 1953 Maryland 

KooNS, Charles Ronald, B.S., Purdue University, 1951 New Jersey 

Kramer, Morton David, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Krone, William Frank, Jr., B.A., Washington and Jeiferson College, 1951. . . .Maryland 

Lancaster, Robert Gregory, Gonzaga University Washington 

Lavy, Norman Wilbur, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Leighton, Richard Frederick, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1951 Maryland 

Leipold, Ernest Adam, Jr., Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Lewandowski, Anthony Adam, B.A., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

LrpsiTZ, Sidney Melbourne, Jr., B.A., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Longo, Frank Walter, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Connecticut 

McGowan, John Peter, B.S., St. John's University, 1951 New York 

McIntyre, David Beck, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Mendelson, Jack Harold, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland 



112 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

MiKOLOSKi, Vlncen^t STANLEY, Jr., B.A., Clark University, 1951 Massachusetts 

MooNEY, Albert Lee, B.S., Washington College, 1943 Maryland 

MoRXiNGSTAR, George Leo, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Morse, Leonard Jack, B.A., Atnerican International College, 1951 Massachusetts 

Mueller, Paul Godfrey, Loyola College Maryland 

Nataro, Frank Robert D'Anneo, B.A., Yale University, 1947, M.B.A., Colum- 
bia University, 1951 New Jersey 

Neeley, James Patton, Jr., B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

PoLis, George Nicholas, B.S., Georgetown University, 1951 District of Columbia 

Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1951.. .North Carolina 

Raskin, Joan, A.B., Goticlter College, 1951 Maryland 

Samorodin, Violet Selma, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Sax, Albert Morton, B.S., Western Reserve University, 1951 Maryland 

Schanberger, John Edward, B.A., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Shirey, Robert Garland, B.S., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Small, Richard Elwood, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1951 Pennsylvania 

Sn-yder, Clovis Marene, B.A., Washington and Lee University, 1951 Maryland 

Spock, Alexander, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Pennsylvania 

Staggers, Phillip Gary, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 West Virginia 

Sterling, Wllllam Norton, B.S., George Washington University, 1951 

District of Columbia 

Stewart, Donald Wallace, B.S., Morgan State College, 1951 Maryland 

Stitcher, Joseph Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Sussman, Karl Edgar, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Thorpe, Peter Van Boekel, A.B., Broivn University, 1941 Maryland 

Walton, Fred Richard, B.A., Indiana University, 1950 Indiana 

Ward, Ann Marie, B.A., Barnard College, 1951 New Jersey 

Welling, Charxes Clark, B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

YousEM, Herbert Leonard, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Sophomores who did not complete the year : 
Trucker, Albert Leroy, Jr. 
Wagner, Herbert Charles 

FRESHMAN CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1952 TO JUNE 6, 1953 

Abeshouse, George Alan, B.A., Yale University, 1952 Maryland 

Adams, John Edward, University of Maryland Maryland 

Adkins, Robert Thomas, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Anderson, Daniel Gilliford, B.S., Muskingum College, 1952 Pennsylvania 

ALT.T, Virgln'IA Lee, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Mar>'land 

Baer, Henry Allen, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Barchet, Stephen, Broim University Illinois 

Belgrad, Richard, Loyola College Maryland 

Bellomo, Fr-Ant: Rocco, B.S., Loyola College, 1952 New jersey 

Eennion, Jer.'SiLD Horne, B.S., University of Utah, 1952 Utah 

BiALEK, Stanley Morris, B.S., George Washington University, 1952 . .District of Columbia 

Blue, Morris Larrie, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Bongardt, Henry Fil\ncis, Jr., B.A., Loyola College, 1952 Maryland 

Brown, Ernest Owen, B.S., Morgan State College, 1952 Maryland 

Burningh.\m, Richard Alvin, B.A., University of Southern California, 1951. .California 

BuR\\'ELL, J.\mes Abraham, B.A., University of Pittsburgh, 1952 Pennsylvania 

Byrne, Robert James, University of Maryland Maryland 

Carski, Theodore Robert, B.A'., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

CASTELL.A.NO, James, Jr., University of Maryland New York 

Chase, James McAllister, Jr., University of Maryland Delaware 

Cohen, William, Uftiversity of Maryland Maryland 

Cohen, William Coleman, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Collawn, Thomas Herbert, University of Maryland Maryland 

Davidson, David Lee, B.A., Cornell University, 1952 Maryland 

Dorsey, James Thoml^s, B.A., Wesleyan University, 1952 Maryland 

Downing, John Dent, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Eglseder, Lltdwig Joseph, University of Maryland Maryland 



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EsTES, James Tilford, University of Maryland Maryland 

Farmer, Richard Gilbert, Indiana University Indiana 

FiNEGOLD, Richard Allen, University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 

Foster, Giraud Vernam, B.S., Trinity College, 1952 Maryland 

Franco, Jorge Alfonso, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Franklin, Marshall Burton, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1952. . . .Maryland 

Froiilich, Edward David, B.A., Washington and Jeferson College, 1952 Maryland 

Grigoleit, Alfred William, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Hawkins, Josias Henry, Jr., A.B., George Washington University, 1952 Maryland 

Headley, Robert Nelson, University of Maryland Maryland 

Hen'derson, Neil Carlton, University of Maryland New York. 

Hersperger, Webb Sellm\n, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Hoffman, Lee, B.A., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Hooper, Virgil Roy, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Hummel, Ralph Turner, University of Maryland Maryland 

HuRWiTZ, Gilbert Earl, University of Maryland Maryland 

IvENS, Betty Irene, B.S., Washington College, 1952 Maryland 

Jackson, Thomas David, B.A., West Virginia University, 1952 Maryland 

Johnston, Daniel Fulper, B.A., Princeton University, 1952 Maryland 

Kanner, Albert Victor, B.A., Jfohns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Kaplan, Robert Martin, B.A., University of Michigan, 1952 Maryland 

Kellam, Sheppard Gordon, Loyola College Maryland 

Kelly, John Edward, Jr., B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1952 New York 

Keyser, Paul Sudhoff, A.B., Earlham College, 1952 Maryland 

King, Charles Herschel, University of Maryland Maryland 

Klatt, Kenneth Munson, University of Delaware Maryland 

Knowles, Paul Willlam, University of Utah Utah 

KoLLER, Elmer Curtis, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Kramer, Bernard, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Kramer, Harold Coleman, University of Maryland Maryland 

Kress, Scheldon, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Lancaster, Louis James, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1952 Maryland 

Lanzi, Joseph Gabriel, Loyola College Maryland 

Laughlin, Carl Patrick, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Lee, Mathew Hung Mun, Johns Hopkins University Hawaii 

Lemmert, William Arden, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Littleton, John Breckenridge, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Lloyd, William Thom.\s, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Love, Thomas Ankarcrona, University of Maryland Maryland 

Maggid, Gerald Norton, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Mahon, Robert Joseph, University of Maryland Maryland 

Mangus, Samuel James, Washington College Maryland 

Marton, Herbert Miles, B.A., Brown University, 1952 New York 

McLaughlin, Joseph Sheffer, Loyola College Maryland 

MuTH, Robert Gabriel, Loyola College Maryland 

Myers, Richard Ira, B.S., George Washington University, 1952 Pennsylvania 

No^\^LL, John Francis, University of Maryland Maryland 

Osteen, Clark Lamont, University of Maryland Maryland 

OuRSLER, David Alan, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Palmer, William Martin, University of Utah Maryland 

Pickett, Wilbur Crafts, Jr., B.S., Washington and Lee University, 1952 Maryland 

Platt, Marvin Stanley, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Plumb, Richard Leon, B.S., Randolph-Macon College, 1952.. .District of Columbia 

Pollack, Irven Paul, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Reahl, George Edward, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Rodman, Harold Irvin, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Ross, Harry Paul, University of Maryland Maryland 

Sanislow, Charles Andrew, Jr., B.S., Rutgers University, 1952 New Jersey 

Schuster, Geil\ld David, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Shannon, Marvin Lou, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shaub, Roy Otis, University of Utah Utah 

SiNTON, William Allen, Jr., B.S., College of William & Mary, 1952 Maryland 

Skaggs, James William, Jr., B.A., West Virginia University, 1952 West Virginia 



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Slater, Paul Vernon, B.A., West Virginia University, 1952 West Virginia 

Smith, George Thomas, University of Maryland West Virginia 

SowELL, George Alexl^nder, B.S., The Citadel, 1952 Maryland 

Stovtn, James Joseph, B.A., Yale University, 1952 New York 

Stuck, Robert George, B.S., Washington College, 1952 New York 

Sturgeon, Howard Elbert, B.A., University of Virginia, 1952 Maryland 

Trainis, Evelyn Anna, A.B., GoucJier College, 1952 Maryland 

Truitt, Virgenia Harrington, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Whiteford, Edwtn Warfield, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 .Mar>'land 

WILLLA.MS, John Zigler, University of Maryland Maryland 

Wilson, Harry Davis, Jr., B.A., Amherst College, 1952 Maryland 

Wright, Robert Lee, B.S., Kent State University, 1951 Ohio 

Freshmen who did not complete the year: 
Walker, Eugene Lester, B.S. 
Wolfe, Richard Louis, B.S. 



INTRAMURAL POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 



July 1, 1952 to June 30, 1953 



Surgical Anatomy 



Bryant, George E., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 



Carroll, Hairston R., M.D. 
Chiu, Chi-Chao, M.D. 
Cracraft, William A., M.D. 
Curtis, Hugh P., M.D. 
Dane, Lear W., M.D. 
Hadidian, Calvin Y., M.D. 
Hauber, Frank D., M.D. 
King, John Winston, M.D. 
Lattimore, Thomas J., M.D. 

LlEBERMAN, AaRON L., M.D. 

McDonnell, Peter J., M.D. 
Mercado, Daniel 0., M.D. 
Norton, Austin T., M.D. 
PoLLEY, Virgil B., M.D. 
Sparkuhl, Konstantin, M.D. 
Toma, John J., M.D. 
Toms, Bate Carpenter, Jr., 
M.D. 



Rolling Fork, Miss. 
Hong Kong 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Ontario, Calif. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Baltimore, Md. 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Macon, Georgia 
Mexico 

Baltimore, Md. 
Tanauan, Philippines 
Quincy, Mass. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Perry Point, Md, 
N, Holly^wood, CaHfomia 
Salisbury, N. Carolina 



Marquette Univ. Med. 

School 
Johns Hopkins Med. Scfwol 
Yale-in-China Med. School 
University of Maryland 
Univ. of California 
Tulane Medical School 
A merican Univ. of Beirut 
Johns Hopkins Med. School 
Provident Hospital 
University of Georgia 
Univ. of Mexico City Med. 

School 
Cornell Univ. Med. College 
Univ. of the Philippines 
St. Louis University 
St. iMuis Univ. Med. School 
Univ. of Southern Calif. 
Univ. of Budapest 
Univ. of Maryland 



Basic Sciences in General Practice 



Alecce, Andrew A., M.D. 
Berry, Robert Z., M.D. 
Chen, T. Walter, M.D. 
Chiu, Chi-Chao, M.D. 
Co, Jose David, M.D. 

Damon, Ernest H., Jr., M.D. 
D'Antonio, Joseph, M.D. 
Fitzpatrick, V. DePaul, M.D. 
Graves, Joseph W., M.D. 

Green, Waverly S., Jr., M.D. 
Hudson, Clifford F., M.D. 

Hudson, Willard P., M.D. 

Iten, George, M.D. 



Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Shanghai, China 
Hong Kong 
Manila, Philippines 

Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Nottoway, Va. 
Fork, Maryland 

Forest Hill, Md. 

San Luis Obispo, Calif. 



University of Maryland 

University of Maryland 

Aurora Univ. Med. School 

Yale-in-China 

Manila Central Univ. Med. 

School 
Tufts Medical School 
University of Maryland 
University of Marylarul 
VanderbUt Univ. 

School 
Johns Hopkins Univ. 
University of Pa. Med. 

Scltool 
University of Pa. Med. 

Scltool 
University of Maryland 



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Kelly, Gordon VV., M.D. Hyattsville, Md. 

KiANOORi, ROBABEH Teheran, Iran 

Knipp, Harry L., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 

Mackowiak, Stephen C, M.D. Baltimore, Md. 
Mansberger, Arlie Roland, Baltimore, Md. 

M.D. 
Maryanov, Lawrence, M.D. Cambridge, Md. 



Nevy, Eugene F., M.D. 
O'Hare, James Stewart, M.D. 
Padussis, Stephen K., M.D. 
Parelhoff, Merrill E., M.D. 
Pecson, Benjamin S., M.D. 

Raskin, Howard P., M.D. 
Sartorius, Norman E., Jr. 



Dundalk, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md, 
Manila, Philippines 

Baltimore, Md. 
Pocomoke City, Md. 



Basic Sciences in General Practice, continued 
ScHiMEL, Samuel, M.D. Wilna, Poland 



Tawatao, Manuel B., M.D. 
Urlock, John P., Jr., M.D. 
Ward, Hugh Walter, M.D. 
Wood, Orlyn Hill, M.D. 



Mabini, Philippines 
Baltimore, Md. 
Owings, Maryland 
Baltimore, Md. 



Wong, Wyman Kay, M.D. Melbourne, Australia 
Wong, Yung-Tsing, M.D. Hong Kong 

Yocum, Alfred W., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 

Zerzavy, P'rederick M., M.D. Brno Brunn, Czechoslo- 
vakia 



University of Maryland 
Teheran Univ. 
University of Maryland 
University of Mat yland 
University of Maryland 

Univ. of Louisville Med. 

School 
Univ. of Bologna, Italy 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Univ. of Santo Tomas, 

Manila 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 



Univ. of Wilna, Poland 
Univ. of Munich, Germai^y 
Univ. of Philippines 
University of Maryland 
University of Maryland 
Woman's Med. College of 

Pa. 
Melbourne University 
Yale-in-China Med. School 
University of Maryland 
Univ. of Zagreb^ Yugoslavia 



Physicians and Guests Attending Postgraduate Closed Circuit Telecast Given 
for the Maryland Academy of General Practice at University Hospital 

January 15, 1953 



Dr. Wm. R. Amberson, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Walter A. Anderson, Baltimore, Md. 
Mr. Robert Berkow, Senior Medical 

Student 
Dr. E. Irving Baumcartner, Oakland, 

Md. 
Dr. Annie M. Bestebreurtje, Baltimore, 

Md. 
Dr. Howard M. Bubert, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Harry C. Byrd, College Park, 

Maryland 
Dr. T. Nelson Carey, Baltimore, Md. 
Mr. Carl D. Clarke, Butler, Maryland 
Mr. Raymond Clayton, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. R. Cunningham, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Benjamin Dorogi, Cardiff, Md. 
Dr. H. L. Fahrney, Frederick, Md. 
Dr. Jacob Finesinger, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. A. H. FiNKELSTEiN, Baltimore, Md. 
Mr. Norman Forrest, Jr. Med. Student 
Dr. I. P. Frohman, Washington, D. C. 
Dr. W. K. GoRTEN, Baltimore, Md. 
Mr. Frank C. Garvin, Phila., Pa. 
Mr. R. Goldsmith, Jr. Med. Student 
Dr. Wm. C. Harrison, Hurlock, Md. 
Mr. Chas J. Hammer, Jr. Med. Student 
Mr. Wm. M. Headley, Jr. Med. Student 
Dr. GusTAV HiGHSTEiN, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. W. RoYCE Hodges, Cumberland, Md. 



Dr. Harry C. Hull, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Erwin R. Jennings, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Walter Kilby, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. R. C. Kingsbury, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Arthur Knight, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Kurt Lederer, Queen Anne, Md. 
Dr. Byruth Lenson-Lambros, Balto., Md. 
Dr. William S. Love, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Arlie R. Mansberger, Baltimore, 

Md. 
Dr. W. W. Magruder, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. J. R. McNiNCH, Jr., Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Nathan Needle, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. W. A. Nierm.\nn, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Sidney Novenstein, Funkstown, Md. 
Dr. Charles F. O'Donnell, Towson, Md. 
Mr, Milton J. Patterson, Baltimore, 

Md. 
Dr. Harold B. Plummer, Preston, Md 
Dr. J. Morris Reese, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Dexter Reimann, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Harry M. Robinson, Jr., Balto., Md. 
Dr. Norman E. Sartorius, Jr., Pocomoke 

City, Md. 
Dr. Norman E. Sartorius, Sr., Pocomoke 

City, Md. 
Dr. Leonard Scherlis, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Sidney Scherlis, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. W. H. Shealy, Sharpsburg, Md. 



116 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Dr. B. Skitarelic, Cumberland, Md. 
Dr. Hugh R. Spencer, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. F. J. TovTOSEND, Jr., Ocean City, Md. 
Mr. H. Tracy, Jr. Med. Student 
;Mr. Ira Tublin, Jr. Med. Student 
Dr. John A. Wagner, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. Hugh W. Ward, Owings, Md. 
Mr. Tom White, WBAL-TV, Baltimore, 
Md. 



Mrs. John L. Whitehurst, Baltimore, 

Md. 
Dr. Chas H. Williams, Pikesville, Md. 
Dr. T. E. Woodward, Baltimore, Md. 
Dr. H. Boyd Wylie, Baltimore, Md. 
Mr. A. E. YiM, Jr. Med. Student 
Dr. Ir.^ M. Zimmerman, Williamsport, Md. 



Experimental Surgery 

From Baltimcyre City Hospitals 

Calvin Y. Hadidian, M.D. 

John David Haynes, M.D. 

Jahangeer, NoLTii, M.D. 
From Mercy Hospital 

Ernani V. Certeza, M.D. 

Robert A, Moore, M.D. 



Beirut, Lebanon 
Ontario, Canada 
Tehran, Iran 

Manila, P. I. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



From Provident Hospital 
Marcus W. Moore, Sr., M.D. Baltimore, Md. 



A merican Univ. of Beirut 
Queens University y Ontario 
Tehran, University 



Univ. of Santo Tomas 
Boivman Gray School 
Med. 

Howard University 



of 



SUMMARY OF STUDENTS 

September 18, 1952 to June 6, 1953 

Medical Students Male 

Senior Class 91 

Junior Class 92 

Sophomore Class 97 

Freshman Class 100 

Medical Students 380 

Intramural Post-Graduate Students 117 



Female 


Total 


1 


92 


6 


98 


4 


101 


4 


104 


15 


395 


6 


123 



497 



21 



518 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS 

September 18, 1952 to June 6, 1953 



California 1 

Connecticut 5 

Delaware 3 

District of Columbia 6 

Florida 6 

Georgia 3 

Illinois 4 

Indiana 2 

Maine 1 

Maryland 260 

Massachusetts 3 

Missouri 1 

Montana 1 

Nebraska 1 

Nevada 2 

New Jersey 8 



New York 9 

North Carolina 8 

North Dakota 3 

Ohio 8 

Pennsylvania 16 

Rhode Island 1 

South Carolina 3 

Utah 9 

Virginia 1 

Washington 2 

West Virginia 22 

United States Possessions 

Hawaii 1 

Puerto Rico 6 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



117 



MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 1953-1954 
(Term beginning July 1, 1953 and ending June 30, 1954) 

President 

Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents 

John Mace, Jr. M.D., John M. Beachley, M.D. C. Wilber Stewart, M.D. 

Simon Brager, M.D., Secretary Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Assistant 

Secretary 
Min-ette E. Scott, Executive Secretary Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Treasurer 



Board of Directors 
James T. Marsh, M.D., Chairman 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D., 
Simon Brager, M.D. 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
George H. Yeager, M.D. 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 
Thomas K. Galvin, M.D. 
Frank J. Geraghty, M.D, 

Nominating Committee 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., M.D., 

Chairman 
Frank K. Morris, M.D. 
Arthur Siwinski, M.D. 
Gibson J. Wells, M.D. 



Library Committee 
Milton S. Sacks, M.D. 

Representatives to General Alumni Board 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 

Representative, Editorial Board, Bulletin 
Harry C. Hull, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D., (ex-officio) 

Alumni Council 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 
Lewis P. Gundry, M.D. 



ENDOWMENT FUND 

The following constitute the Board of Trustees of this Fund: 



Arthur M. Shipley, Chairman 
Robertson Grjswold 
Harry Clifton Byrd 
Albert Burns 



H. Boyd Wyliz, Suy.-Treas. 

Charles Reid Edwakds 

Horace E. Flack 

W. Con well Smith 



Willlam p. Cole Jr. 



This Board is incorporated by act of the Legislature of the State, its legal title 
being "The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland," 
and is independent and self-perpetuating. Its powers are limited to the expendi- 
ture of the interest derived from the various funds, which is applied as directed by 
donors for the benefit of the University. Contributions, donations and bequests 
are soHcited from Alumni and friends. They may be made to the general or Uni- 
versity Fund, to the Medical Fund or to any other department of the University. 
If intended for the School of Medicine, they may be given to the general medical 
fund or to some special object, as building, research, Hbrary, pathology, hospital, 
publication, laboratories, gymnasium, scholarship, medal, prize, etc., in which 
case the wishes of the donor will be strictly regarded. Checks should be made 
payable to The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland, 
H. Boyd Wylie, Treasurer, Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore-l, Maryland. 



118 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

FORMS OF DEVISE OR BEQUEST 

To Endowment Fund 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University 
of Maryland, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the 
benefit of the Faculty of Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 

To School or Medicine 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Regents of the University of Maryland, a corporation 
incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the benefit of the Faculty of 
Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The University of Maryland School of Nursing ofiFers two programs of 
study: 1. A Basic Professional Program consisting of four calendar years 
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and 2. A Basic 
Program consisting of three calendar years leading to the Diploma in 
Nursing. 

The Basic Professional Program extends over a period of four years. Stu- 
dents in this program complete two academic years of study on the College 
Park campus and the remaining two years on the Baltimore campus. Grad- 
uates of this curriculum are prepared for first-level positions in hospital 
nursing and as beginner-practitioners under supervision in public health 
nursing. 

Graduates who have completed a minimum of two years of college work 
in other approved colleges may be admitted to this program. 

The Basic Program extends over a three year period. This prepares the 
graduate for general nursing practice in hospitals or homes. 

Graduates of either program are eligible to take the Maryland State 
Board Examinations for nurses. 

The School of Nursing makes every effort to conform to the catalogue 
announcements, never-the-less the School reserves the right to adapt these 
programs to current needs. 

For information regarding admissions, address inquiries to the Dean of 
the School of Nursing, University of Maryland, Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was established 1899 and incorporated 
on December 23, 1901. It is an integral part of Mercy Hospital and is under the 
same government. It is accredited by the Maryland State Board of Examiners 
of Nurses and the National Nursing Accrediting Service. 

The University of Maryland, and Mount Saint Agnes College, in affiliation with 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 119 

the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, offer a five year combined academic and 
nursing program. The completion of this course entitles the student to the degree 
of Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland and Mount Saint Agnes 
College, and to the diploma of the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing. 

Mercy Hospital affords exceptional advantages for the education of nurses. 
It is a general hospital containing 348 beds, and offers opportunities for a thorough 
and varied experience. By its institutional affliation with the University of Mary- 
land it secures professors who give to the student the results of their training and 
experience in the fields of the medical and related sciences. 






SUBJECT INDEX 

Administrative Officers 7 

Admission, Application for 55 

Requirements for 55 

Advancement and Graduation 60 

Advisory Board of the P^aculty 8 

Advisory Committee 9 

Alumni Association, officers of 118 

Anaesthesiology, Department of 69 

Anatom.y, Department of 69 

Developmental 70 

Gross 70 

Microscopic 70 

Neuro 70 

Surgical 70 

Application, for admission 55 

for advanced standing 55 

Art, Department of, as applied to medicine 70 

Assistant(s), Faculty, Listing of 19 

Research 23 

Associates, Faculty, Alphabetic Listing of 14 

Awards offered 64 

Won 105 

Bacteriology and Immunology, Dept. of 71 

Baltimore City Hospitals, Staff of 46 

Facilities at 53 

Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital Facilities 54 

Bequests, Forms for 1 18 

Biological Chemistry, Dept. of 71 

Biostatistics, course in (see Hygiene and Public Health) 72 and 76 

Board, Advisory, Faculty 8 

Board of Regents 7 

Buildings and Facilities 51 

Calendar, Academic 1953-54 5 

of days, months, etc 4 

of post graduate training 98 

Cardiology, Division of 72 

Certificates, for National and State Boards 63 

qualifying, State 57 and 71 

Clinic, Medical care, Mercy 45 

University 35 

Clinical Pathology, Dept. of 72 

Combined courses. Arts and Sciences with Medicine 57 

Committee, Advisory 9 

Executive, University Hospital 25 

Courses, Organization of 68 to 97 

Post Graduate 98 

Curriculum, Organization of 68 to 97 

Dates, opening, closing, examinations, registration, etc 5 

120 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 121 

Degrees, Combined 57 

Dentistry, Dept. of 73 

Departments, Teaching (see alphabetic listing) 69 to 97 

Dermatology and Syphilologj', Dept. of 73 

Developmental Anatomy (see Anatomy) 70 

Director, Baltimore City Hospitals 46 

University Hospital 25 

Dispensary, Building, description of (see Out-Patient Department) 51 

Reports — Mercy 46 

University Hospital 34 

Staff— Mercy 46 

University Hospital 25 

Embryology (see Anatomy) 70 

Emeriti 8 

Endowment Fund 117 

Equipment, required for students 61 

Examination(s), Eye; before admission 61 

National and State Board 63 

Rules governing 63 

Executive Committee, University Hospital 25 

Eye Examination for Freshmen .... 61 

Faculty of Medicine, Listing of 9 

Advisory Committee of 9 

Board, Advisory, Members of 8 

Fellows, Listing of 21 

Fees, Activity and Services 58 

Lodging and meals at City Hospitals 58 

Payment of 58 

Penalty for non-payment of 59 

Refund of 64 

Re-examination 59 

Services 59 

Forms, for bequests 118 

Fund(s), Endowment 117 

Loan 67 

Gastro-Enterology, Dept. of 74 

Genito-Urinary Surgery, Dept. of (See Urology) 97 

Geographic distribution of students 116 

Grading system 60 

Graduates, Listing of 104 

Graduation, Rules governing 60 

Gynecology, Dept. of 74 

Health, Student 59 

Histology (see Anatomy) 70 

History of the Medical School 50 

History of Medicine, Dept. of 75 

Holidays, Calendar of 5 

Honors awarded 105 

Hospital(s), Baltimore City, Staff of 46 

Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat 54 

Kernan, Staff of 49 



122 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Mercy, Advisory board of 36 

Board of Governors of 36 

Buildings and Facilities at 53 

Dispensary, Report for 46 

Intern Staff 41 and 42 

Resident and Intern Staff 41 and 42 

Staff of 36 

University, Director 25 

Out Patient Report for 34 

Executive Committee of 25 

Out Patient Department 30 

Resident and Intern Staff 28 

Staff of 25 

Housing, for students 62 

Hygiene and Public Health, Dept. of 75 

Index of names 125 

Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Dept. of 76 

Instructors, faculty. Listing of 16 

Interns, Rotating 29 and 42 

Internships, graduates of 1953 105 

Keman Hospital for crippled children 49 

Lecturers, faculty, Listing of 16 

Legal Medicine, Dept. of 76 

Library, facilities 51 

regulations 62 

Staff of the 97 

Loan Funds 67 

Matriculants, September 18, 1952-June 6, 1953 107 

Meals and Lodging, Baltimore City Hospitals 58 

Medical Alumni Association, Officers of 117 

Medical Care, Clinic for, at Mercy Hospital 45 

at University Hospital 35 

of students 59 

Medical School buildings, Description of 51 

History of the 51 

Medicine, Dept. of 77 

Mercy Hospital, Staff of 36 

Microscopes, Types and Requirements 61 

Names, Index of 125 

National and State Board Examinations 

Certification to 63 

Neuro Anatomy (see Anatomy) 70 

Neurological Surger}', Dept. of 80 

Neurology, Dept. of 80 

Nursing Schools at, 

Mercy Hospital 118 

University Hospital 118 

Obstetrics, Dept. of 81 

Officers, Administrative 7 

Oncology, Dept. of 82 

Ophthalmology', Dept. of 83 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 123 

Organization of Curriculum 68 to 97 

Orthopaedic Surgery, Dept. of 84 

Otolaryngology, Dept. of 84 

Otology, Dept. of 85 

Outpatient Department, Mercy Hospital report 46 

University Hospital report 30 

Parking 62 

Pathology, Dept. of 86 

Pediatrics, Dept. of 87 

Pharmacology, Dept, of 88 

Physical Diagnosis, Dept. of 89 

Physiology, Dept. of 89 

Plastic Surgery, Dept. of 90 

Postgraduate Calendar 98 

Courses 98 

Lecturers 99 

Students 1 14 

Prizes 64 

Proctology, Dept. of 90 

Professors, alphabetic listing of 9 

Assistant, Listing of 12 

Associate, Listing of 11 

Psychiatry, Dept. of 91 

Public Health, Hygiene and 75 

Qualifying Certificates, State 57 and 61 

Re-examination, Fee for 59 

Refund of fees 64 

Resignations, How Recorded 9 

Late, penalty for (see Footnote) 5 

Report, Dispensary, Mercy Hospital 46 

University 34 

Requirements for Admission 55 

Research Assistants, Listing of 23 

Residence, Definition of 57 

Roentgenology, Dept. of 93 

Rotating Internships 29 and 42 

Rooms, (see Housing) 62 

Rules, General 60 

governing admission 54 

governing advancement 60 

governing equipment 61 

governing graduation 60 

governing transcripts 62 

Library 62 

Schedules, Class. . : 100 to 103 

Scholarships 64 

Schools, of the University 7 

of nursing, at, — 

Mercy 118 

Uuiv. Hosp 118 



124 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Speech Training, Dept. of 93 

StaflF, Baltimore City Hospitals 46 

Dispensary, Mercy Hospital 42 

Dispensary, University Hospital 30 

Intern, Mercy Hospital 41 and 42 

Intern, University Hospital 28 

Kernan Hospital for children 49 

Mercy Hospital 36 

Resident, Mercy Hospital 41 and 42 

Resident, University Hospital 28 

University Hospital 25 

State and National Board Examinations 

Certification to 63 

Student(s), activities, fees for 58 

Admission of 55 

Application for admission 55 

calendar of events 5 

fees 58 

Geographic distribution of, September 18, 1952-June 6, 1953 116 

health 59 

Postgraduate, Listing of (1952-53) 114 

Qualifying certificates, State 57 to 61 

requirements for admission 55 

Re-examination, Fee for 59 

Resident status, explained 57 

Summary of, September 18, 1952-June 6, 1953 116 

Surgery, Dept. of 93 

Plastic, Dept. of 90 

Thoracic, Dept. of 96 

Syphilology, (see Dermatolog}') 73 

Thoracic Surgery, Dept. of 96 

Transcripts, Cost of 62 

Rules relating to 62 

Tropical Medicine, Division of 96 

Tuberculosis, Division of 97 

University Hospital 25 

Urology, Dept. of 97 

Withdrawals, and Refunds 64 

X-Ray, Dept. of (See Roentgenology) 93 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Abeshouse, George .\Ian, 112 

Abramovitz, Leonard, 47 

Abraras, Robert C, 19, 32, 49, 84 

Abrams, Samuel Joseph, 109 

Acton, Conrad B., 14, 77, 86 

Adams, Charles B., Jr., 28 

Adams, Dorothy Doe, 23 

Adams, Elizabeth Anne, 23 

Adams, John Edward, 112 

Adams, Thurston R., 12, 26, 33, 47, 76, 90, 94, 99, 

117 
Adelstein, Benjamin A., 28 
Adkins, Robert Thomas, 112 
Agee, FredB., 19 
Aisenberg, Myron S., 9, 27, 73 
Albrecht, John George, 110 
Alecce, Andrew A., 114 
Algire, G. Watson, 7 
Alvarez, Jose A., 19 
Amberson, William R., 8, 9, 89, 115 
Andersch, Marie A., 12, 72, 77, 99 
Anderson, A. Russell, 16, 91 
Anderson, Daniel Gilliford, 112 
Anderson, George W., 49 
Anderson, Ira B., 41 
Anderson, Walter A., 115 
Angelo, John J., 19, 90 
Ansberry, Merle, 11, 34, 93 
Aratoon, Vahram, 19, 28, 83 
Arnold, James G., Jr., 8, 9, 26, 36, 43, 47, kO, 99 
Arp, Louis Croft, Jr., 104, 105, 107 
.Arthur, Robert K., Jr., 28 
Ashman, Leon, 14, 43, 78, 89 
Ault, Virginia Lee, 112 
Ayd, Frank, Jr., 39, 44 

Bacharach, David, 16, 74 

Baer, George Kohler, 110 

Baer, Henry Allen, 112 

Baetjer, Walter A., 8, 9 

Baggott, BartusT,, 39 

Bagley, Charles, Jr., 8, 36, 43, 47, 49 

Bagley, Charles, III, 28 

Baitch, Arthur, 109 

Baker, J. Tyler, 14, 81 

Bakerzak, Stanley Paul, Jr., 110 

Balchun, Nancy M., 19, 71 

Baldwin, Richard Moffett, 104, 105, 107 

Baldwin, Ruth B., 32, 87 

Baldwin, Ruth W., 16, 32 

Ball, James John, 110 

Ballard, Margaret B., 14, 33, 81 

Band, Alice M., 21, 72, 79 

Banks, James Leroy, Jr., 104, 105, 107 

Barbusca, Frances S., 23, 72 

Barchet, Stephen, 112 

Barczak, Edward M., 41 

Barnett, Donald J., 12, 27, 31, 93 



Barnett, Robert Maitland, Jr., 110 

Barrabee, Edna L., 23, 92 

Barry, Jeanne Ann, 16, 90 

Bastian, Grace Arlene, 104, 105, 107 

Bauer, Robert E., 12, 30, 77, 99 

Bauerschub, George Marbry, Jr., 109 

Baumgartner, E. Irving, 115 

Beach, Robert William, III, 110 

Beacham, Edmund G., 12, 48, 77, 89 

Beachley, John M., 117 

Bechtold, Jean Carol, 109 

Beck, George Henry, 42, 104, 105, 107 

Beck, Harry McB., 16, 19, 33, 40, 44, 75, 81 

Behr, Eleanor, 41 

Belgrad, Richard, 112 

Bell, Frederick K., 21, 88 

Bell, Herbert S., 29 

Bellomo, Frank Rocco, 112 

Benitez-Van Rhyn, Eugenio Enrique, 110 

Bennion, Jerald Home, 112 

Bcrblinger, Klaus W., 31, 91 

Berck, Beverly Jean, 109 

Bereston, Eugene S., 12, 26, 31, 38, 44, 73 

Berger, Maryanne E., 23 

Berkeley, Scott Bruce, Jr., 104, 105, 107 

Berkow, Robert, 104, 105, 107, 115 

Bernardo, Anthony A., 109 

Berntson, Dale Rampston, 109 

Berry, Robert Z., 14, 38, 45, 85, 114 

Besson, Edwin Henry Taylor, 109 

Bestebreurtje, Annie M., 12, 32, 87, 115 

Betz, Richard Norman, 109 

Beyer, Otto Christian, 110 

Bialek, Stanley Morris, 112 

Biddix, Joseph C, Jr., 9, 27, 73 

Biehl, Harold P., 19, 37, 42, 95 

Bimestefer, L. W., 49 

Bird, Joseph G., 16, 30, 78, 88, 99 

Blankenhorn, Brigitte E., 21, 90 

Blankman, Norman, 110 

Blaustein, Bernard D., 23 

Blazek, Joseph C, 19, 79 

Bleakley, JaneL., 19, 71 

Blue, Morris Larrie, 112 

Blum, Louis v., 14,30,32, 78 

Blumenfeld, Herbert Lee, 109 

Blumenfeld, Samuel, 104, 105, 107 

Boggs, James Ernest, 104, 105, 107 

Bongardt, Henry F., 12, 36, 94 

Bongardt, Henry Francis, Jr., 112 

Borden, Melvin N., 16, 32, 87 

Bordley, John, 47 

Borges, Francis J., 21, 79 

Bove, Joseph Richard, 29, 104, 105, 107 

Bowie, Harry C, 12, 25, 47, 70, 94, 99 

Bowyer, Thomas S., 16, 74 

Boyd, C. Holmes, 48 

Boyd, Kenneth B., 14, 74, 81 



125 



126 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Boyes, James G., Jr., 42 

Boyle, J. Brooke, Jr., 40, 44 

Brackin, John T., 16 

Bradley, Albert Bennett. 1 10 

Bradley, J. Edmund, 8, 9. 25, 26, 50, 87, 98, 99 

Brady, Charles W., 29 

Brady, Leo, 12, 27, 74 

Bradyhouse, Mary Frances, 21, 88 

Brager, Simon H., 12,37, 33, 42, 90, 94. 117 

Brahen, Leonard S., 22, 88 

Brambel, Charles E., 40, 44 

Bramble, Charles F., 12, 77 

Brantigan, Otto, C, 8, 9, 26, 46, 70, 93, 96, 98, 99 

Brickner, John C, 39, 44 

Briele, Henry A., 14 

Brinkley, George Ross, Jr., 29, 104, 105. 107 

Briscoe, Ruth Lee, 8 

Brody, Abraham B., 23 

Bronushas, Joseph B., 22, 79 

Brouillet, George H., 16, 94, 99 

Brown, Ann Virginia, 16, 71 

Brown, B. Herbert, 7 

Brown, Ernest Owen, 112 

Brown, James S., 19 

Brown, Stuart Morton, 109 

Browne, James S., 28, 41, 80 

Brumback, Frank E., 28 

Brumback, J. E., Jr., 16, 27, 34. 83 

Brunschwyler, Philip Craig, 110 

Brunst, Catherine S., 23 

Brunst, V. V., 21, 70 

Bryant, George E., 114 

Bryant, Samuel H., 73 

Bryson, William J., 86 

Bubert, Howard M., 8, 11, 25, 30. 77, 98, 99, 115 

Buchness, A. V., 19, 94 

Buck, George H., 8, 25, 98 

Bullard, Foster Lucius, Jr., 110 

Bullock, Allen Culpepper, Jr., 109 

BuUuck, David Ernest, Jr., 104, 105, 107 

Bundick. WiUiam R., 14, 31, 38, 44, 73 

Bunim, Joseph, 48 

Burgin, Bernard, 16, 78, 89 

Burgison, Raymond M., 8, 12, 38, 99 

Burk, WiUiara O., 19 

Burkart, Thomas Joseph, 104, 105. 107 

Burke, Edmund S., 7 

Burnett, Florence M., 23. 92 

Bumingham, Richard Alvin, 112 

Bums, .\lbert, 117 

Bums. H. Howard, 40 

Burns, Harold H., 14, 37, 42, 94 

Bums, J. Howard, 39 

Burrows, Elsa A., 23 

Burwell, James Abraham, 112 

Busby, Trent, 49 

Butler, Nancy R., 50 

Butler, Thomas, B., 36 

Byerly, M. Paul, 14, 78 

Byerly, Walter Houck, 29, 104, 105, 107 

Byrd, Harry Clifton, 7, 36, 115, 117 



Byrne, Robert James, 112 

Byrnes, Bernard Joseph, Jr., 104, 105, 107 

Bryson, William J., 16 

Calloway, Enoch, Jr., 16, 91 

Cameron, Donald Chisholm, HI 

Campbell, Donald B., 19, 28 

Campbell, Donald D., 81 

Capel, Neal Conrad, HI 

Caplan, Lester H., 16. 32, 87 

Cappuccio, Joseph P., 16, 27, 33, 73 

Carey, Geoffrey C. R., 29 

Carey, Richard A., 14, 39, 43. 78 

Carey, T. Nebon, 8, 9, 25, 30, 38, 77, 99, 115 

Carney, Mary Kathleen, 109 

Can, C. Jeleff, 8, 9, 88, 99 

Carroll, Charles Fisher, Jr., 42. 104, 105, 107 

Carroll, Douglas, 48 

Carroll, Elizabeth, 98 

Carroll, Hairston R., 114 

Carski, Theodore Robert, 112 

Carter, Donald Sweetser, 42, 104, 106, 107 

Castellana, James, Jr., 112 

Cavallaro, Joseph William, HI 

Certeza, Emani V., 116 

Chambers, Earl L., 39 

Chambers, John W., 16, 37, 43. 80, 94 

Chambers, Thomas R., 8, 36, 93 

Chance, L. T., 19, 94 

Chapman, Constance, 41 

Charles, Roderick Edward, 111 

Chase, James McAllister, Jr., 112 

Chen, T. Walter, 114 

Chenowith, Robert, 99 

Chiu, Chi-Chao, 114 

Christensen, Osborne D., 14, 81 

Christensen, Thomas A., 16, 87 

Cianos, James N., 19, 32, 94 

Clapp, Clyde A., 8 

Clark, David B., 48 

Clarke, Carl Dame, 8, 11, 70, 115 

Clayton, Raymond J., Jr., 19, 71, 115 

Clemmens, Raymond L., 28 

Clift, John Vinton, 104, 105, 107 

Close, James McClay, HI 

Clute, Kenneth F., 21 

Co, Jose David, 114 

Coberth, M. E., 49 

Coblentz, Richard G., 8. 9. 26, 37, 47, 80 

Codington, John Bonnell. 29, 104, 106, 107 

Coffay, E. Paul, Jr., 41 

Coffay, Edmund P., Sr., 19, 79 

Cohen, Earl, 109 

Cohen, Harry, 19, Z3, 81, 86 

Cohen, Jerome, 104, 106, 107 

Cohen, Jonas, 14, 30, 78 

Cohen, Jonas Kolker, 111 

Cohen, Morris M., 16, 31, 74 

Cohen, William, 112 

Cohen, William Coleman, 112 

Cole, Roger Willard, 111 



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Cole. William P., Jr.. 7, 117 

CoUawn, Thomas Herbert, 112 

CoUenberg, H. T., 40, 44 

Collins, Julia A., 50 

Colon-Lugo. Salomon, 104, 106, 107 

Compton, Beverley C, 8, 12, 27, 33, 47, 74, 82 

Conlon, Charles C, 36 

Cook, E. Ellsworth, Jr., 39, 43 

Cooper, Donald D., 39 

Copeland, Herbert B., 16, 48, 93 

Cordi, Joseph M., 16, 39, 43, 87 

Cornbrooks, Ernest I., Jr., 12, 27, 33, 74, 82, 99, 117 

Cornell, Roger Detlef, 111 

Correa, Milagros M., 41 

Cotter, Edward F., 8, 11, 25, 30, 77, 80, 99 

Covington, E. Eugene, 34, 82 

Cowan, Thomas Warner, 111 

Cowley, R. Adams, 14, 47, 94, 96 

Cox, Everard Francis, 111 

Cox, Shirley A., 23, 71 

Cox, William F., Ill, 14, 30, 78 

Coyle, Jean Marie, 109 

Cracraft, WiUiam A., 114 

Cromwell, Stephen C, Jr., 29 

Crosby, Robert M. N., 16, 37, 44, 47, 80, 87 

Cross, Ernest, 48 

Cross, Richard J., 16, 27, 32, 83, 85, 99 

Cross, Sara, 41 

Culver, Samuel H., 19, 94 

Cunningham, Raymond M., 16, 33, 34, 86, 90, 94, 115 

Curtis, Hugh P., 114 

Curtis, Raymond M., 47 

Curtiss, Martha, 19 

Cushing, J. G, N., 12, 91 

Dabrzykowski, Geraldine, 41 

Dack, James L., 25 

Daly, Mary Viola, 111 

Daly, Miriam S., 19, 87 

Damon, Ernest H., Jr., 114 

Dana. Edward R., 14, 41, 45, 93 

Dane, Lear W., 114 

Dann, Theodore Alvin, 111 

D'Antonio, Joseph, 114 

Darrell, John Joseph, HI 

Davidson, Charles N., 8, 11, 25, 27, 31, 49, 93 

Davidson, David Lee, 112 

Davies, Ross, 11, 75 

Davis, Carl L., 8 

Davis, George H., 17, 27, 33, 81 

Davis, John R., Jr., 17, 39, 43, 78 

Davis, Thomas Edward, 111 

Deane, Garrett E., 19, 32, 87 

DeCarlo, John Jr., 8, 12, 48, 93, 99 

Deckert, W. Allen, 17, 33, 74, 94 

Decsi, Delma Phelps, 23 

Defendini, Efrain Antonio, 109 

De Hoff, John B., 14, 30, 78, 89 

Deisher, Samuel W., 28 

Demarco, S., Jr., 37 

Dembo, Donald Howard, 23, 111 



Dennis, John M., 14, 27, 31, 82, 93 

de Venecia, Nestor F., 28 

De Vincentis, Michael L., 17, 37, 42, 94 

Diaz, Elpidio, 49 

Dickey, Francis G., 14, 74, 77, 99 

Diederichs, Henry August, 111 

Diehl, William K., 12, 27, 32, 47, 74, 82, 98, 99 

Diggs, Everett S., 12, 25, 27, 33, 47, 74, 82, 99 

DiPaula, Anthony, 40, 44 

Dixon, D. McClelland, 14, 27, 81, 99 

Dobbs, Edward C, 9, 27, 73 

Dodd, Robert B., 8, 9, 25, 26, 69 

Dodd, William A.. 19, 33, 40, 44, 75, 81 

Dodd, WilUam L., 17 

Doeller, Charles H., Jr., 17, 33, 40, 44, 74. 81 

Doerner, Wyand F., Jr., 29, 104, 106, 107 

Doran, William Francis, 109 

Dorman, J. William, 49 

Dorogi, Benjamin, 115 

Dorsey, Brice M., 9, 26, 33, 73 

Dorsey, James Thomas, 112 

Dough ton, Josephine L., 20, 91 

Douglass, Louis H., 8, 9, 25, 27, 49, 81, 99, 117 

Dowell, Rowland J., 22, 104, 105, 106, 107 

Downing, John Dent, Jr., 112 

Duffy, William C, 17, 40, 44, 75 

Dumler, John Donald, 104, 106, 108, 109 

Dunnigan, William C, 20, 37, 42, 94 

Dvorine, William, 111 

Easterling, Walter S., 28 

Eastland, J. Sheldon, 11, 36, 38, 43, 77, 99 

Ebeling, WiUam Carl, III, 14, 30, 43, 74, 78 

Ebeling, William J., 39, 47 

Echiandia, Jos^ Cecilio, 23 

Eckert, Herbert, 41 

Edlow, Ernest S , 17 

Edlow, Jules Bernard, 104, 106, 108 

Edmimds, Page, 8 

Edwards, Arthur George, Jr., 109 

Edwards, C. Reid, 8, 9, 10, 25, 49, 93, 99, 118 

Edwards, Monte, 8, 10, 26, 32, 47, 90, 93, 99 

Edwards, Ruth Page, 22, 91 

Egleseder, Ludwig Joseph, 112 

Ehrensberger, Ray, 10, 93 

Ehrlich, Daniel, 20, 33, 81 

Elderkin, Clarence E., 36 

Elgin, Lee W., Jr., 28 

Elgin.WilUamW., 12,91 

Ellin, Morton Jack, 109 

ElUs, Francis A., 11, 26, 31, 38, 44, 73 

Ellis, Robert Haig, 109 

Elton, William J., 23 

Engers, John Albert. Jr., Ill 

Erwin, John J., 14, 40, 44, 74 

Eshelman, Joseph Chalice, 111 

Esmond, William G., 22, 41, 72, 79 

Estes, James Tilford, 113 

Evans, Henry C, 36 

Evans, Theodore Edward, 109 

Eye, Harry Luke, 104, 106, 108 



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Fahrney, H. L., 115 

FaLzone, Joseph A., 4S 

Fargo, Leon K., 14, 38, 42, 97 

Fariano, Frank, 20 

Farley, Fritzi J., 97 

Farmer, Richard Gilbert, 113 

Fassel, Mary S., 22 

Fax, Betty J., 21,91 

Fearing, William L., 14, 25, 30, 80, 99 

Feldman, Maurice, Jr., 17, 39, 43, 78 

Feldman, Maurice, Sr., 12, 39, 43, 74 

Feldman, Martin Jerome, HI 

Ferguson, Frederick P., 8, 11, 89, 99 

Field, Edward G., 17, 32, 87 

Figge, Frank H. J., 8, 9, 10, 69, 98. 99 

Filtzer, David L., 49 

Finburg, Laurence, 48 

Finegold, Richard Allen, 113 

Fineman, Jerome, 13, 39, 87 

Finesinger, Jacob E., 8, 9, 10, 25, 26, 91, 99, 115 

Finkelstein, A. H., 8, 11, 26, 31, 87, 99, 115 

Firor, Hugh Valentine, 103, 106, 108 

Fischer, Roy J.. 42 

Fisher, A. Murray, 48 

Fisher, Donald E., 14 

Fisher. Russell S., 8, 10, 76, 99 

Fisher, William H., 14 

Fisk, Arthur J., 23 

Fitch, Charles Thomas, 109 

Fitzgerald, Joseph C, 22, 79 

Fitzpatrick, Vincent dePaul, Jr., 20, 3i, 40, 44, 49,81, 

114 
Fitzpatrick, William N., 17, 31 
Flack, Horace E., 117 

Flax, Leonard Harold, 42, 104, 105, 106, 108 
Fleitzer, Marjorie R.. 17, 91 
Flor, Maria Paz, 28 
Flynn, Philip D., 17, 39, 43. 74, 78 
Fogarty, Patricia. 41 
Ford. Frank R.. 48 
Forrest, Jane Wray, 22, 88 
Forrest, Otto Norman, Jr., 109, 115 
Fort, Wetherbee, 13, 39, 77, 98 
Foster, Giraud Vernam, 113 
Fox, Samuel L., 11, 32, 85, 89 
Framm, Daniel Herschel, 109 
Franco, Jorge Alfonso, 113 
Franklin, Marshall Burton, 113 
Frederick, James Nelson, HI 
Freed, Malcohn Felix, 109 
Freedenberg, David, 23, 87 
Freedom, Leon, 11, 25, 30, 80 
Freeman, Irving, 15, 78 
Freimuth, Henry C, 13, 76 
Frey, Edward L., Jr., 39, 43 
Freytag, Ella, 23, 76 
Friedenwald, Edgar B., 8, 39 
Friedmann, Paul N., 17, 27, 34, 83 
Frieman, Sylvan, 104, 106, 108 
Frighi, Luigi, 22 
Friskey, George Hamilton, HI 
Fritz. George Suppes, 109 
Froehlinger, Richard A., 36 



Frohlich, Edward David, 113 
Frohmaa, L P., 115 
Fruth, Richard Lawrence, 109 
Funk, Audrey. 72, 73 
Funkhouser, George Richard. 109 
Furnari, Joseph E.. 15. 17. 30, 78 
Fusco, J. D., 38. 45 
Futterman, Perry O., 15. 30. 72, 78 

Gable, Walter DeLay, 109 

Gallaher, James P., 28 

Gallaway, Enoch. Ill, 31 

Galloway. Charles Barton, HI 

Galvin, Gerald A.. 40. 47, 74 

Galvin. Thomas K., 40, 44, 117 

Galvin. William K., 36 

Garcia, Nicholas C, 41 

Gardenier. Jean D., 23 

Gardner, F. Sidney, Jr., 28 

Gardner, Maud M., 50 

Gareis, Louis Calvin, 17, 27, 49, 81, 86 

Garlick, William L., 11, 37, 43, 47, 94, 96 

Garlock, Frederick Adams, 104. 106, 108 

Garrett. Richard M., 17, 47, 70, 94, 99 

Garrison. Joseph Shermer. Ill, 104, 106, 108 

Garvin, Frank C, 115 

Gaskel, Jason H., 17, 38, 42, 84 

Gauld, John Ross, 111 

Gaver, Grayson W., 10, 27, 73 

Gay. Awilda, 23, 79 

Gelhaus, Vernon M., 22, 70, 111 

Geller, Joseph J., 23 

Gellman, Moses, 11, 26, 32, 49, 84 

Gentry, Wiliiam D., 20, 33, 40, 49. 81 

Geraghty, Frank J., 13. 25, 77, 117 

Geraghty, William R., 20. 94 

Gerlach. James J., 20, 38, 45, 85 

Genvig, John Monroe, Jr., 109 

Gessner, John Edward, 109 

Gevas, George, 104, 106, 108 

Gibbes. Robert W., 29 

Gibbs. Gordon E., 8, 11, 26, 87 

Gifford, George Edmund, Jr., HI 

Gigliotti. Russell, 73 

Gilbert, Charles Richard, 20 

Gillis, Andrew C, 8, 39, 44 

Gillis, Francis W., 13, 38, 42, 97 

Gillotte, Joseph Patrick, 104, 105, 106, 108 

Gilmore, George Travers, 111 

Ginsburg, Leon. 49 

Glass, Marion C, 23, 92 

Glasser, Richard L., 23 

Click, Leonard Barry, 104, 106, 108 

Click, Louis Michael, 109 

Click, Samuel S., 13, 31, 87 

Glinos, Eleanor G. B., 24, 71 

Cochoco, Jacento. 41 

Goldberg, Julian Robert, 111 

Goldiner. Marvin Alfred, 111 

Goldsmith, Ralph Samuel, 109, 115 

Goldstein, Albert E., 13, 86, 99, 117 

Goldstein, Marvin, 17, 30. 79 

Goldstein. Robert Bruce, 109 



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129 



Golley, K. W., 39 

Golton, Harold, 27 

Gonzalez, L. Felipe, 28 

Goodman, Howard, 17, 32, 87 

Goodman, Julius, 37 

Goodman, Louis E., 17, 34, 82, 94 

Gorten, Martin K., 24, 87, 115 

Goshorn, Gary Swan, 111 

Govatos, George, 13, 94 

Granoff, H. L., 17 

Graves, Joseph W., 114 

Greco, William R., 28 

Green, Waverly S., Jr., 114 

Greenhill, Maurice H., 8, 11, 26, 31, 91 

Grenell, Robert G., 13, 91 

Grenzer, William H., 39, 43 

Grigoleit, Alfred William, 113 

Griswold, Robertson, 117 

Guest, Helen L., 20, 91 

Guido, Angelino, 20, 83 

Gundry, Lewis P., 11, 25, 34, 77, 99, 117 

Gunning, Jean Jacques, 109 

Gutierrez, Albert R., 28 

Gutman, Isaac, 17, 38, 42, 47, 49, 84 

Guttmacber, Manfred S., 11, 31, 91 

Hatchtel, Frank W., 8, 9, 10, 71, 99 

Hackett, Paul R, 8, 11, 26, 69 

Hadidian, Galvin Y., 28, 41, 96, 114, 116 

Haines, John S., 13, 38, 42, 97 

Halgrimson, Kennetli Wayne, 109 

Hall, Ruth A., 24,41 

Hamberry, Leonard G., 20, 41, 95 

Hammer, Charles John, Jr., 109, 115 

Haneke, August B., 36 

Hankiu, Samuel J., 17, 78 

Hankins, John R., 28 

Hannan, Alice R., 45 

Hannan, Leon, 45 

Harne, O. G., 8, 9, 11, 69 

Harne, William G., 88 

Harris, Daniel Bernard, 111 

Harrison, Harold E., 48 

Harrison, Wm. C., 110 

Hartman, John Frederick, 109 

Hartraaa, John McMaster, 104, 106, 108 

Hartz, Alvin J., 15, 78 

Hartz, Jerome, 99 

Harvey, A. McGhee, 48 

Harvey, Harold Dewey, 109 

Harvin, Marie, 97 

Hatfield, William Henry, Jr., 109 

Hauber, Frank D., 114 

Hawkins, Charles W.. 17, 99 

Hawkins, Hermione Hunt, 20 

Hawkins, Josias Henry, Jr., 113 

Hayes, James Westcott, 109 

Hayleck, Mary L., 17, 32, 87 

Haynes, John David, 116 

Headley, Robert Nelson, 113 

Headley, William M.. 24, 109, 115 

Healy, Robert F., 17, 94 

Hearst, Bella R., 22, 76 



Hebb, Donald B., 17, 20, 32, 47, 90, 96 

Hecker, Alvin Wilfred, 111 

Heimer, William L., 28 

Heinz, Elizabeth C, 17, 71 

Heisse, John W., Jr., 42, 104, 106, 108 

Heldrich, Frederich J., 39 

Heldrich, Frederick J., Jr., 20 

Helfrich, Raymond F., 15, 37, 94 

Helfrich, William G.. 17, 25, 78, 89 

Hellen, L. Ann, 17, 72, 78 

Henderson, Neil Carlton, 113 

Hendrickson, Carolyn F., 24, 90 

Henson, Kenneth Clifford, 104, 106, 108 

Herbert, Thomas Franklyn, 104,|l06, 108 

Herbst, Edward J., 8, 11, 71 

Herbst, Harry Herman, 111 

Herman, Nathan B., 99 

Herrmann, Ernest C, Jr., 22 

Herschfeld, John, 47 

Herspberger, W. Grafton, 15, 77 

Hersperger, Webb Sellman, 113 

Hess, Charles Franklin, 104, 106, 108 

Hibbitts, John T., 74 

Hicks, Hugh H., 11, 27, 73 

Highstein, Gustav, 115 

High tower, John A., 20 

Higman, Henry Booth, 111 

Himmelfarb, Sylvia, 17, 90 

Himmelwright, George Overton, 104, 106, 108 

Himmler, Walter Norman, 111 

Hinds, Maurice E., 28 

Hirschfeld, John H., 27, 48, 85 

Hodges, W. Royce, 115 

Hoffberger, Samuel H., 36 

Hoffman, Lee, 113 

Hogan, John F., 15, 32, 97 

Holbrook, William A., 28 

Holcombe, Robert Calkins, 109 

Holder, William Lewis, 104, 106, 108 

Hollander, Mark B., 17, 31, 74 

HoUister, William, Jr., Ill 

HoUjes, Henry W. J., 15, 30, 78 

Holter, Edward F., 7 

Holter, Frank R., 22,31,92 

Hooper, Virgil Roy, 113 

Hooper, Z. Vance, 15, 74 

Hopf, Edward Warren, 109 

Hopkins, John V., 20 

Hopkins, Peter Holmes, 111 

Horine, Cyrus F., 11, 94 

Horner, Shirley, 41 

Houpt, William Pierre, 109 

Howell, Clewell, 15, 87 

Hubbard, Dorothy H., 22 

Hudson, Clifford F., 114 

Hudson, Paul Carroll, 111 

Hudson, RoUin C, 20,30, 79 

Hudson, Willard P., 114 

Huffer, Sarah V., 20, 91 

Huffer, Virginia, 28 

Hughes, James Lewis, 111 

Hull, Harry C, 8, 10, 26. 93, 99, 115, 117 

Hummel, Ralph Turner, 113 



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Hundley, J- Mason, Jr., 8, 9, 10, 25, 27, 32, 74, 82, 99 

Hunt, JuneE., 24 

Hunt, Thomas Edward, Jr., 109 

Hunter, DeWitt T., 17 

Hunter, L. Virginia, 28 

Huntley, Earl Stuart, Jr., 104, 106, 103 

Hurwitz, Gilbert Earl, 113 

Hutchins, Elliott H.. 10, 36, 93 

Hyman, Calvin, 17, 94 

Ibanez, Ric&rdo, 28 

Ingalls, G. S.,31 

Inman, Conrad L., 17, 27, 38, 45, 73 

Isaacs, Benjamin H., 13, 37, 45, 85 

Iten, George, 114 

Ivens, Betty Irene. 113 

Ives, Betty I., 24 

Iwantsch, Alfred Edmund, 111 

Jachimczj'k, Joseph A., 17, 76 

Jackson, Thomas David, 113 

Jacobson, Meyer W., 13, 30, 77 

JafiFe, Albert, 11, 87 

Jaffee, Marvin, 22, 91 

Jahangeer, Novri, 116 

James, Walter Edward, 111 

Januszeski, Francis J., 41 

Jennings, Erwin R., 115 

Jennings, F. L., 8, 36, 93 

Jeppi, Joseph V., 37, 45 

Jerardi, Joseph V., 15, 37, 42, 94 

Jewett, Hugh J., 15,47,97 

Johnson, Edward S., 11, 93 

Jolmson, Elizabeth. 41 

Johnson, J. Paul, Jr., 28 

Johnston, Daniel Fulper, 113 

Jones, Everett D., 20, 32, 38, 42, 47, 84 

Jones, Henry Albert, Jr.. 104. 106, 108 

Jones, Richard Arvin, 109 

Jones, Rosella Edith, 109 

Jones, Thomas L., 42. 104, 106, 103 

Josephs, David, 39, 43 

Joslin. C. Loring, 10, 26, 87 

Judge, Walter Francis, 104, 106, 108 

Kader, Marshall I., 17 

Kaese, Werner Erich, 104, 106, 103 

Kallins, Edward S., 17, 31, 78 

Kaltreider, D. Frank, 8, 11, 25, 27, 49. 81, 99 

Kammer, WiUiam H., Jr., 17, 39, 43. 78 

Kandel, .'Arthur, 20 

Kane, Harry F., 17, 40. 44, 75 

Kanner, Albert Victor, 113 

Kaplan, Irvin Bernard, 109 

Kaplan, Louis L., 7 

Kaplan, Robert Martin, 113 

Kappelraan, Murray Martin, HI 

Kardash, Theodore, 17, 22, 33, 74, 81, 86, 99 

Karfgin, Arthur, 15, 39, 43, 78 

Karfgin, Walter, 15, 30, 78 

Kam, William Nicholas, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Kams, Clyde, F., 17, 94 



Karns, James R., 8, 13, 25, 30, 77, 86 

Kasik, Frank T., Jr., 39, 43 

Kayser, Fayne A., 11, 37, 38. 45. 85 

Keefe, Raymond Bernard, 109 

Keefe, William Peter, 111 

Keegan, James Thomas, 111 

Keigler, Norma May, 22, 71 

Kellam, Sheppard Gordon, 113 

Kelly, Gordon W.. 115 

Kelly, John Edward. Jr., 113 

Kelly, Vernon C, 20, 33, 81 

Kemick, Irvin B., 17,30, 78 

Kemler, Joseph I., 15, 37, 83 

Kenly, Elizabeth. 41 

Kennelly. Eunice P., 24 

Keown. Lauriston L., 18, 78, 89 

Keschner, Harold W., 13 

Kessler. Gerald, 22, 71 

Keyser, Paul Sudnoff, 113 

Kianoori, Robabeh, 115 

Kiel, August, Jr., 20,28,41 

Kiester, Thomas Edward, 110 

Kilby, Walter L., 8, 9, 10, 25, 27. 31. 93, 115 

Kimmel, Louis Edmund, Jr., HI 

King, Charles Herschel, 113 

King, Daniel Denoon, Jr., Ill 

King, John Winston, 114 

King, John T., 48 

King, Joseph, 48 

Kingsbury, Robert Coburn, 104, 106, 108, 115 

Kirby, William Henry, Jr., Ill 

Kirk, Florence R., 97 

Kirkpatrick, Crawford, 48 

Kiser. William Sites, 29, 104, 105, 106. 108 

Kitlowski, Edward A., 8, 10, 32, 37, 42, 47, 49. 90, 93 

Kitts, .Albert W., 15 

Klatt, Kenneth Munson, 113 

Klemkowski. Irvin P., 20, ii, 81 

Klohr, Edward Smith, Jr., 110 

Klugman, Yale Lee, 111 

Knight, Arthur Clyde, 104, 106, 108, 115 

Knipp, Harry L., 115 

Knotts, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., 110 

Knotts, E. Paul, 7 

Knowles, F. Edwin, Jr., 8, 9, 13, 25, 27, 34. 37, 83,99 

Knowles, PauiW.,22, 113 

Kochman. Leon A., 18. 31, 78, 89 

Kohl, Schuyler G., 18 

Koller, Elmer Curtis, Jr., 113 

Koons, Charles Ronald, 111 

Koontz, Amos, 47 

Krager, John M., 28 

Krahl, Vernon E., 8, 11, 69, 99 

Kramer, Bernard, 113 

Kramer, Harold Coleman, 113 

Kramer, Morton David, 111 

Krantz, John C, Jr., 8, 9, 10. 88, 99 

Krause. Louis A. M., 8, 10, 25, 38, 48, 75, 77, 98, 99 

Kreig, Edward L. J., 18, 86 

Kremen, A., 18. 83 

Kress, Scheldon, 113 



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Krcvans, Julius, 48 

Krone, William Frank, Jr., Ill 

Kuehn, Frank G., 28 

Kyper, Frederick T., 11, 26, 27, 47, 84 

LaForge, Elizabeth, 15, 91 

Lambert, Robert Young, 104, 106, 108 

Lancaster, Louis James, 113 

Lancaster, Robert Gregory, 111 

Landowne, Milton, 48 

Langeluttig, H. Vernon, 11, 38, 48, 77 

Langenf elder, Henry E., 28 

Langrall, Harrison Morton, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Lanzi, Joseph Gabriel, 113 

Laster, Anna M., 24 

Lattimore, Thomas J., 114 

Laver, Raymond M., 20, 31, 79 

Laughlin, Carl Patrick, 113 

Lavenstein, Arnold F., 18, 32, 87, 99 

Lavine, Stanford Abe, 110 

Lavy, Norman W., 22, 111 

Lazauskas, Algert P., 18 

Leach, C. Edward, 13, 25. 30, 77, 99 

Lederer, Kurt, 115 

Lee, Benjamin Buck, 104, 106, 108 

Lee, Mathew Hung Mun, 113 

Lee, Thomas C, 42 

Legge, Kenneth D., 10, 38, 42, 97 

Legum, Samuel, 13, 77, 89 

Leighton, Herbert H., 29, 104, 106, 108 

Leighton, Richard Frederick, 111 

Leipold, Ernest Adam, Jr., HI 

Lemmert, Willam Arden, 113 

Lenmion, M. Patricia, 45 

Lenson-Lambros, Byruth, 115 

Lerman, Lee R., 20, 31, 74 

Lemer, Philip F., 8, 13, 39, 44, 80 

Leslie, Franklin E., 18, 78, 89 

Levickas, Herbert Joseph, 20, 79 

Levin, H. Edmund, 15, 71 

Levin, Herbert Joseph, 110 

Levin, Manuel, 30 

Levine, Hilbert Merrill, 110 

Levine, Robert Lee, 104, 106, 108 

Levy, David Alfred, 110 

Levy, Kurt, 15, 30, 78 

Lewandowski, Anthony Adam, 111 

Libo, Lester M., 21, 91 

Lieberman, Aaron L., 114 

Lieberman, Alfred T., 47 

Lindenberg, Richard, 15, 76 

Ling, Johnson S. L., 22, 88 

Lipinski, Lydia D., 24 

Lippitt, Gordon Leslie, 23 

Lipsitz, Sidney Melbourne, Jr., Ill 

Lisansky, Ephraim T., 11, 25, 26, 30, 2,], 77, 86, 91,99 

Littleton, John Breckenridge, 113 

Liu, Sze-Jui, 22, 79 

Lloyd, William Thomas, 113 

Lecher, R. W., 11 

Lock, Burton V., 20, 79 

Loechel, William E., 69 



Loewald, Hans W., 13. 31, 91 

Loker, F. Ford, 15, 37, 42, 94 

Lombana, Santiago, 28 

Long, Edgar F., 7 

Long, William B., 15 

Longley, George H., 28 

Longo, Frank Walter, 111 

Longo-Cordero, Rafael, 29, 104, 106, 108 

LoofF, David H., 22, 110 

Looper, Edward A., 10 

Looper, John W., Jr., 28 

Love, Thomas Ankarcrona, 113 

Love, William S., Jr., 8, 10, 25, 77, 99, 115 

Lovejoy, Arthur O., 7 

Lovitt, William V., Jr., 13, 76, 99 

Lowber, Mary B., 97 

Lu, Go, 22 

Lutz, John F., 8, 13, 70 

Lyden, Robert J., 41 

Lynn, William D., 32, 95 

MacAUister. Fern, E., 20, 22, 31 
Mack, H. Patterson, 15 
Mackowiak, Stephen C., 115 
Madge, Gordon Evans, 104, 106, 108 
Maggid, Gerald Norton, 113 
Maginnis, Helen L, 18, ii, 74 
Magladery, J. W., 48 
Magness, Stephen L., 20, 30, 79 
Magruder, William W., 18, 31, 91, 115 
Mahon, Robert Joseph, 113 
Mangus, Samuel James, 113 
Mansberger, Arlie R., Jr., 20, 28, 115 
Mansdorfer, G. Bowers, 15, 39, 43, 87 
Mansfield, W. Kenneth, Jr., 20, 81 
Mantalo-Santamaria, Clara F., 41 
Marek, Charles B,, 18, 33, 74 
Margolin, Joseph B.. 24 
Markley, Doris H., 24, 92 
Markowitz, Milton, 48 
Marr, William, 47 
Marrazzi, Amedeo S., 16, 88 
Marriott, Henry J. L., 8, 11, 39, 43, 77 
Marsh, James T., 117 
Martin, Clarence W., 20, 33, 81 
Marton, Herbert Miles, 113 
Maryanov, Lawrence, 115 
Maseritz, I. H., 15, 38, 42, 84 
Matchar, Joseph C, 18, 79, 89 
Mathews, Marion W., 18, 31, 91 
Matthews, Mary B., 20, 87 
Mawhinney, Charles, Jr., 110 
Maxson, Charles W., 8, 37, 94 
May, Ruth, 41 

Mays, Howard B., 13, 26, 32, 47, 86, 97, 99 
McCafferty, Robert E., 18, 69 
McClafiferty, William J., 15, 76 
McCormick, Charles P., 7 
McCracken, Jesse William, 104, 106, 108 
McCrumb, Fred R., 99 
McDonald, James M., Jr., 41 
McDonnell, Peter J., 114 



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McElroy, James W., 36 

McElwain, Howard B., 20, 37, 94 

McFadden, Archibald Weems, 104, 106, 103 

McFaul, William X., Jr., 37 

McGonigle, John Jerome, Jr., 110 

jMcGowan, John Peter, 111 

McGrady, Charles W., Jr., 28 

McGrady, Kathleen R., 28 

McHenry, D. J., 18, 34, 83 

Mclntyre, David Beck, 111 

McKenzie, W. Raymond, 13, 37, 85 

McLaren, John J., 24 

McLaughlin. Francis J., 18, 91 

McLaughlin, Joseph Sheffer, 113 

McLean, George, 13, 38, 73, 77 

McNally, Hugh B., 13, 27, 40, 81, 99 

McNinch, J. R., Jr., 115 

Mech, Karl F., 13, 32, 69, 86, 94 

Medina, Jose, 18 

Mendelsohn, Ronald Edward, 104, 105, 106, \W 

Mendelson, Jack, 22, 24, 92, HI 

Mendelson, June H., 24, 92 

Menning, Joseph H., 18, 38, 42, 97 

Menon, P. Govinda, 22, 28, 87 

Meranski, Israel P., 18, 39, 43, 87 

Mercado, Daniel O.. 114 

Merkel, Henry J. L.. 11 

Merkel. Walter C, 86 

Merrill, George G., 13, 25, 39, 44, 80 

Metcalf, John William. Jr., 104, 106, 108 

Mettee, Carmen V. Rodriguez, 29 

I^Ieyer, Mary, 41 

Michael, Thomas D., 27 

Michaelis, Moritz, 21, 91 

Michels, Joseph T., 41 

Michienzi, Francesco, 28 

Middleton, Benjamin Martin, 104, 106, 108 

Middleton, Edmund B., 28 

Might, Tames Edward, 104, 106, 108 

Mikoloski, Vincent Stanley, Jr., 112 

Miksinski, B. W., 49 

Miles. Leslie Roy, Jr., 104, 106, 108 

MiUan, LyleJ.. 15,26,32,97 

Miller, George Henry, 42, 104, 106, 108 

Miller, James P., 18, 26, 32, 49, 84 

Miller, John H., 48 

Miller, Joseph M., 15, 47, 94 

Miller, Norman Louis, 104, 106, 108 

Miller, Stanley, 18, 72, 78 

Mintzer, Donald W., 15, 30, 78 

Mirick, George S., 48 

Mitchell, George W., 37 

Mooney, Albert Lee, 112 

Moore, Hilda E., 97 

Moore, Kirk, 20, 37, 42, 95 

Moore, Marcus W^, Sr., 116 

Moore, Robert A., Jr., 41, 116 

Moores, J. Duer, 18, 34, 82, 94 

Morales, Eduardo M., 29 

Morgan, Zacariah, 8, 13, 74 

Morningstar, George Leo, 112 

Morris, Frank K., 15. 36, 40, 44, 74, 117 



Morrison. J. Huff, 15, 27, 33, 81 
Morrison, Samuel, 11, 25, 74, 77, 99 
Morrison, Theodore H., 8, 10, 74 
Morse, Leonard Jack. 112 
Morton, Allen W., 36 
Moss. Irwin H., 24, 110 
Mossberg, William H., Jr., 18, 47, 80 
Mother M. Bernadette, 36 
Mueller, Charles Herbert, Jr., 110 
Mueller, Eugene Alexander, 110 
Mueller, Paul Godfrey, 112 
Muller, S. Edwin. 13, 38, 43, 45, 77 
MuUins, Lorin J., 10 
Murdock, Harry M., 13, 91 
Murphy. John Daily, 110 
Musavi, Sadredrin. 29 
Muse, Joseph E., Jr., 18, 30, 73 
Musser, Ruth, 18, 88 
Muth, Robert Gabriel, 113 
Myers, Carl F., 79, 89 
Myers, J. Carl, 20 
Myers, John A, 18, 78 
Myers, Joseph C. , 79 
Myers, Richard Ira, 113 

Nafzinger, Moses Leroy, 110 

Nangle, Gerald Francis, 110 

Nataro, Frank Robert D'Annco, 112 

Needle, Nathan, 115 

Neeley, James Patton, Jr., 112 

Neill, William, III, 50 

Nelson, Alfred T., 10, 47, 69 

Nelson, James W., 10, 37, 44, 93 

Nelson, S. Page, 36 

Nevy, Eugene F., 115 

Newell, H. Whitman, 8, 12, 26, 31, 91,99 

Niermann, William A., 20, 29, 115 

Noble, William D., 117 

Nolan, James J., 18, 30, 39, 43, 78 

Nork, Kurt H., 25, 30 

Norton, Austin T., 114 

Novenstein, Sidney, 115 

Novey, Riva Esther^ 110 

Novey, Samuel, 18, 31, 91 

Nowell, John Francis, 113 

Noya, Joseph, 110 

Nuttall, Ernest B., 10, 27, 73 

Nuttle, Harry H., 7 

O'Connor, John A., 37 

O'Donnell, Charles F., 43, 115 

O'Hare. James Stewart, 115 

O'Rourk, Thomas R., 8, 10, 26. 27. 84 

Osborne, John C. 18, 39, 43, 78^ 

Osteen, Clark Lamont, 113 

Oster, Robert, 80, 99 

Otenasek, Frank J., 18, 37, 43. 80, 99 

Oursler, David Alan, 113 

Owens, David. 110 

Owings, James C, 47 

Ozazewski, John C, 20, 27, 34, 83 



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Pacienza, F. A., 37, 45 

Packard, Albert Gibson, Jr., 110 

Padussis, Stephen K., 115 

Palese, John M., 44 

Palmer, William Martin, 113 

Palmisano, Joseph F., 42, 104, 107, 108 

Pangborn, Thom;is W., 36 

Papiri, Theresa, 41 

Parelhoff. Merrill, 115 

Parliam, Sumner Malone. 20 

Parker, Robert T., 13, 30, 77, 99 

Pats, Albert, 110 

Patten, David Hales, 110 

Patterson, Milton J., 115 

Peake, C. W., 12,94 

Pearson, John K., 29 

Peck, George C, 22, 104, 107, 103 

Peck, John L., 16, 87 

Pecson, Benjamin S., 115 

Perez-Arzola, Miguel, 110 

Perry, Henry D., Jr., 22, 79 

Pessagno, D. J., 8, 10, 36 

Pessagno, S^lliott, 93 

Peters, H. Raymond, 8, 10, 36, 38, 40, 43, 77 

Peterson, Dorothy M., 24 

Peterson, William F., 20, 29, 75 

Phelan, Patrick C, Jr., 15, 37, 42, 94 

Phelps, Winthrop M., 49 

Pickett, Wilbur Crafts, Jr., 113 

Pierpont, Ross Z., 15, 20, 70, 94, 99 

Pincoffs, Maurice C, 8, 9, 10, 25, 30, 36, 38, 77, 99 

Pinkncy, Talmagc, 48 

Piatt, Mar\'in Stanley, 113 

Plumb, Richard Leon, 113 

Plummer, Harold B., 115 

Polanco, Gerardo B., 22, 82, 86 

Polek, Melvin F., 42 

Polls, George Nicholas, 112 

Pollack, Trvin Paul, 113 

Policy, Virgil B., 114 

Poole, Edwin L., 24, 92 

Porter, Harry P., 20, 38, 45, 85 

Powder, James Richard, 104, 107, 108 

Powell, Albert M., Jr., 24, 29, 87 

Powell, John Walker, 21, 91 

Pratt, Alfred Joseph, 90 

Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr., 112 

Preinkert, Alma H., 7 

Preis, Kyrle W'., 10, 73 

Prevost, Edward C, 29 

Prezioso, Fausto M., 41 

Proctor, Samuel E., 18, 32, 94 

Queen, J. Emmctt, 15, 39, 43, 78 
Quinn, Corbett L., 42, 104, 107. lOS 

Raab, Hellmuth, 110 
Raccuglia, Gioranni, 22, 72 
Rainess, Morris, 110 
Ramirez-Rivera, Jose, 29 
Ramsey, James H., 18, 86 
Ramsay, Wilbur O., 27, 73 
Randolph, Kenneth V., 10, 27, 73 



Rappeport, Jonas R., 29 

Raskin, Howard F., 29, 115 

Raskin, Joan, 112 

Raskin, M., 37, 45 

Rathbun, Howard K., 48 

Rayner, Jeannette F., 24 

Read, James Lamar, 29, 104, 107, 108 

Reahl, George Edward, Jr., 113 

Reed, Mary V., 22, 71 

Reese, J. Morris, 8, 12, 27, 49, 81, 98, 99, 115 

Reeves, Henry G., Jr., 29 

Rehak, M. Joseph, 24, 76 

Rehberger, John M., 20, 38, 45, 85 

Reid, John R., 10, 91 

Reid, Nancy V., 21 

Reifschneider, Charles A., 9. 10, 26, 47, 76, 93, 99 

Reifschneider, Herbert E., 15, 70, 94 

Reilly, J. T., 49 

Reimann, Dexter L., 9, 12, 26, 86, 99, 115 

Reiter, Robert A., 13, 77, 89 

Revell, Samuel T. R., Jr., 12, 25, 30, 77 

Rever, William B., Jr., 20, 95 

Rex, Eugene B., 29 

Reyer, William B., Jr., 41 

Reynolds, Georgia, 29 

Rich, Benjamin S., 12, 32, 37, 49, 84 

Richards, Esther L., 48 

Richardson, Aubrey D., 22, 29, 79 

Richardson, Edward R., Jr., 47 

Richardson, Joe Bernal, 104, 107, 108 

Richmond, Lewis C, Jr., 29, 104, 107, 108 

Ridgely, L O., 13, 37, 94 

Rienhoff, W^iUiam F., 13, 36, 94 

Rigdon, Henry L., 99 

Rinn, William A., 39, 44 

Robbins, Martin A., 15, 26, 32, 97 

Roberts, Robert Revel Richard, 110 

Robinson, Daniel R., 18, 37, 42, 94 

Robinson, Harry M., Jr., 12, 26, 31, 73, 78, 99, 115 

Robinson, Harry M., Sr., 9, 10, 25, 31, 49, 73, 99 

Robinson, Ida Marian, 12, 97 

Robinson. Kent E., 18, 31, 91 

Robinson, R. C. V., 13, 31, 38, 44, 48, 73, 99 

Rodgers, Robert C, 18 

Rodman, Harold Irvin, 113 

Rogers, Ann, 41 

Rogers, Harry L., 10, 42, 49, 84 

Roop, Donald J., 43 

Rosin, John D., 18, 32, 90 

Ross, Harry Paul, 113 

Rovelstad, Howard, 97 

Row, G. V. Rama, 29 

Rowe, James Earle, Jr., 104, 107, 108 

Rowell, Jane G., 24 

Rowland, J. M. H., 8 

Rubin, Seymour W., 18, 86 

Russo, James, 20, 40, 45, 69 

Rysanek, William J., Jr., 18, 40, 44, 75 



Sacks, Milton S., 9, 12, 25. 72, 77, 86, 
Salter, Martha K., 24 
Samorodin, Florese, 41 
Saniorodin, Violet Selma, 112 



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Sanislow, Charles Andrew, Jr., 113 

Sartorius, Norman E., Jr., 115 

Sartorius, Norman E., Sr., 115 

Savage, John E., 13, 27, 49, 81, 99 

Sax, Albert Morton, 112 

Scarborough, Clarence P., 15, 37, 42, 47, 90 

Schaefer, John F., 18, 37, 42, 94 

Schanberger, John Edward, 112 

Scher, Ernest, 21, 33, 81 

Scher, Jordan M., 29 

Scherlis, Leonard, 78, 87, 115 

Scherlis, Sidney, 13, 15, 25, 30, 32, 77, 87, 99, 115 

Schimel, Samuel, 115 

Schimert, George, 22, 96 

Schindler, Richard E., 42, 104, 107, 108 

Schlenoff, Milton, 110 

Schmale, Arthur H., Jr., 22, 31, 92 

Schmick, William P., 36 

Schmidt, Emil G., 9, 10, 71, 99 

Schultz, Kathyrn L., 13, 26, 31, 91 

Schuster, Gerald David, 113 

Schwartz, Theodore A., 13, 37, 38, 45, 85 

Scott, Harry B., 41 

Scott, Minette E., 117 

Seabold, William M., 13, 15, 87 

Seegar, J. King B. E., Jr., 18, 27, 33, 81 

Seliger, R. V., 49 

Sendelback, Bertha, 50 

Serra, Lawrence M., 13, 77 

Settle, William B., 13, 32, 70, 94, 99 

Sewell, James A., 29 

Shannon, Marvin Lou, 113 

Shapiro, A. Albert, 13, 26, 31, 73 

Shapiro, Jerome Edward, 110 

Sharp, Nathaniel, 29 

Sharrett, John O., 22, 29, 80 

Shaub, Roy Otis, 113 

Shaun, Virginia, 50 

Shaw, Charles E., 18, 78 

Shealy, W. H., 115 

Sheehan, Joseph C, 18, 40, 44, 75 

Sheehan, Most Reverend Lawrence J., 36 

Sheinberg, Philip, 29 

Shell, James H., Jr., 21, iZ, 49. 75, 81 

Sheppard, Robert C, 15, 32, 94 

Sherman, Jerome, 18, 30, 78 

Sherrill, Elizabeth D., 18, 78, 89 

Shipley, Arthur M., 8, 117 

Shipley, E. Roderick, IS, 94 

Shirey, Robert Garland, 112 

Shocat, Albert J., 18, 30 

Shocet, Bernard Richard, 110 

Shock. Nathan W., 48 

Shuman, Joseph E., 22, 104, 107, 108 

Siegel, Isadore A., 12, 27, 81 

Silverstein, Arthur B., 24, 92 

Simons, Charles E., Jr., 29 

Simpson, Marshall Albert, 110 

Singleton, Robert T., 22, 29, 104, 107, 108 

Sinton, William Allen, Jr., 113 

Sister M. Anita, 42 

Sister M. Brendan, 36 



Sister M. Carmel, 36 

Sister M. Conrad, 41 

Sister M. Damian, 36 

Sister M. Ellen Marie, 36 

Sister M. Frances Louise, 36 

Sister M. Hildegard, 36 

Sister M. JuJiena, 41 

Sister M. Scholastica, 45 

Sister M. Thomas, 36 

Sister M. Veronica, 36 

Sister Paula Marie, 41 

Siwinski Arthur G., 14, 34, 42, 47, 82, 94, 117 

Siwinski, Thaddeus C, 39, 43 

Skaggs, James William, Jr., 113 

Skaggs, Thomas Wayne, 104, 107, 108 

Skitarelic, Benedict, 15, 86, 116 

Slager, Ursula T., 22, 86 

Slasman, W. Howry, 29 

Slasman, William Howry, Jr., 104, 107, 108 

Slater, Paul Vernon, 114 

Small, Richard Ellwood, 112 

Smith, Andrew G., 9, 14, 71 

Smith, Dietrich C, 9, 10, 89, 98, 99 

Smith, Douglas H., 29 

Smith, Edward P., 14, 30, 40, 74 

Smith, Frederick B., 9, 12, 39, 43, 87 

Smith, George H., 29 

Smith, George Thomas, 114 

Smith, George W^, 18, 99 

Smith, Ruby A., 18, 27, 34, 83 

Smith, Sol, 14, 36, 38, 43, 77 

Smith, W. Conwell, 117 

Smith, William H., 12, 77 

Smith, William Meredith, Jr., 105, 107, 108 

Smyth, James Walter, 110 

Snyder, Clovis Marene, 112 

Snyder, MerriU J., 14, 18, 71, 77, 99 

Snyder, Nathan, 19, 69, 99 

Sod, Louis M., 29 

Solon, Thomas John, 110 

Sowell, George Alexander, 114 

Sparkuhl, Konstantin, 114 

Spear, Irving J., 8, 25, 49 

Speed, William G., Ill, 48 

Speers, Herbert K., 29 

Spelsberg, Walter K., 40 

Spencer, Hugh R., 9, 10, 26, 40, 50, 86, 99, 116 

Spiropoulos, John, 29 

Spock, Alexander, 112 

Spragins, Melchijah, 15, 49, 87, 99 

Sprunt, Thomas R., 10. 25, 38, 77 

Spudis, Edward Verhines, 105, 107, 108 

Spurrier, O. Walter, 21, 39, 43, 8? 

Stacy, Theodore, 47 

Staggers, Phillip Gary, 112 

Stangebye, Thorlief Ludvig, Jr., 110 

Startznan, Henry H., Jr., 22, 29 

Stebbins, Thomas A., 22, 75, 82 

Steele, Elizabeth R., 24 

Steers, Edward, 9, 12, 71 

Steinbach, Stanley R., 21, 30, 79 

Sterling, William Norton, 112 

Stevens, Vesta May, 21 



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Stevenson, Thomas M., Jr., 19, 70 

Stewart, Barbara T., 24, 92 

Stewart, C. Wilber, 117 

Stewart, Donald Wallace, 112 

Stewart, Edwin H., Jr., 9, 15, 34, 82. 94, 99, 117 

Stinebert, Edward R., 45 

Stitcher, Joseph Edward, 112 

Stovin, James Joseph, 114 

Strahan, John P., 29 

Strang, Robert T., 32, 50 

Strauss, George A., Jr., 40 

Stuck, Robert George, 114 

Sturgeon, Howard Elbert, 114 

St>Tt, Jerome, 19, 31, 91 

Suarez-Murias, Edward L., 39, 44 

Summerson, William H., 16, 71 

Sunday, Stuart D., 19, 78, 89 

Supic, William J.. 15, 32, 38, 42, 90 

Sussman, Karl E., 24, 112 

Sutherland, George F., 12. 31, 91 

Suttenfield, Virginia, 19, 22, 31, 91 

Sutherland, George. 26 

Swain, Robert W., 23, 93 

Swisher, KyleW., Jr., 22, 79 

Taback, Matthew L., 9, 14, 75 

Tanenbaum, W. J., 29 

Tansey, John J., 21, 32, 47, 49, 84 

Tappan, Benjamin, 50 

Taussig, Helen M., 49 

Tawato, Manuel B., 115 

Teeter, James Herring, 110 

Teitelbaum, Harr>', 14, 30. 80, 99 

Templeton, William Pendleton, 105, 107, 103 

Thames, Rufus, 110 

Theuerkauf, Frank A., Jr., 41 

Thompson, Raymond K., 14. 25, 26, 37, 43, 47, 80 

Thorpe, Patricia S., 24 

Thorpe, Peter Van Boekel, 112 

Tinker, F. X. Paul, 21, Zi, 40, 44, 81 

Toma, John J., 114 

Toms, Bate C, Jr., 29, 114 

Tongue, R. Kent, 49 

Touhey, T. J.. 21. 37,94 

Toulson, W. Houston, 9, 10, 26, 32, 47, f'7, 9-) 

Touissant, Andre J., 23, 72 

Townsend. F. J., Jr., 116 

Townshend, Wilfred H., Jr., 15, 30, 78 

Tracy, Harold William, Jr., 110, 116 

Trainis, Evelyn Anna, 114 

Tramer, Arnold, 21,48, 87 

Trapnell, Henry Rogers, 110 

Treiber, Martin Williams, 105, 107, 108 

Trimble, I. Ridgeway, 10, 37, 42, 47, 93 

Triplett, William H., 30, 117 

Troxel, James R., 42, 105, 107, 109 

Trucker, Albert Leroy, Jr., 112 

Truitt, Virginia Harrington, 114 

Tublin. Ira N., 23, 110, 116 

Tuerk, Isadore, 15, 31, 91 

Tumminello, S. A., 39 

Tunney, Robert B., 19, 40, 44, 75 

Turner, Roy B., 19, 86 



Tuttle, C. Ewing, 7 

Tyson, William A., 29, 105, 107, 109 

Uhlenhuth, Eduard, 9, 10, 69, 99 

Ullrich, Harry F., 49 

Ullrich, Henry F., 9, 12, 26, 32, 38, 42, 84, 99 

Ullsperger, John F., 40, 44 

Urlock, John P., Jr., 115 

V^ance, Arnold Leonard, 105, 107, 109 

VandeGrift, William D., 19, 86 

Vanden Bosche, Edmond G., 19 

Vanderlinde, Raymond E., 9, 14 

Van Lill, Stephen J., Ill, 15, 30, 78, 89 

Varipatis, Michael, 49 

Vasington, Frank D., 23, 24, 72 

Verster, Floris de Balbian, 24, 92 

Vestergaard, Emma, 23 

Vollmer, Frederick J., 19, 39, 43, 78 

Voshell, Allen F., 9, 10, 32, 47, 49, 84, 98, 99 

Voshell, Moses, 26 

Wadsworth, Gladys E., 19, 69 

Waghelstein, Julius, 48 

Wagley, Philip F., 48 

Wagner, Herbert Charles, 112 

Wagner, John A., 9, 12, 26, 48, 80, 86, 99. 11 . 11! 

Wagner, Philip S., 14 

Walker, Eugene Lester, 114 

Walker, Robert T., 23 

Walker, W. Wallace, 12, 70, 94, 99 

Wall. George Harry, 110 

Waller, William K., 16, 25, 30, 78 

Wallin, David G., 42 

Walter, Herbert Guy, Jr., 105, 107, 109 

Wallton, Fred Richard, 112 

Walton, Henry J., 8, 50 

Ward, Ann Marie, 112 

Ward, Arthur, 16, 37, 45, 85 

Ward, Grant, 73 

Ward, Hugh Walter, 115, 116 

Waring, H. Glenn, 48 

Warner, C. Gardner, 9, 12, 40, 86 

Warres, Herbert L., 19, 93 

Warthen, William H. F., 12, 75 

Watkins, Donald M., 48 

Watkins, Patricia C, 97 

Watson, Jack T., 42, 105, 107, 109 

Weaver, Karl H., 29, 105, 107, 109 

Webster, Joel S., 29, 105, 107, 109 

Webster, Thomas C, 21, 5i, 81 

Weeks, Harry S., Jr., 42, 105, 107, 109 

Weeks, Thomas E., 32 

Weeks, William Earl, 21, 39, 43, 87 

Wehrle, Paul F., 48 

Weiner, Israel IL, 29, 105, 107, 109 

Weisman, Marcella, 91 

Weiss, Harold Robert, 110 

Welch, Hugh J., 39 

Welling, Charles Clark, 112 

Welliver, Daniel Irvin, 110 

Wells, .\my Lee, 24, 75 

Wells, Gibson J., 14, 32, 87, 117 



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Welton, William Arch, Jr., 110 

Wexler, Jack, 21, 79 

White, John I., 9, 14, 89 

White, Joseph M., Ill, 16, 88 

White, Kenneth Howard, Jr., 110 

White, Tom, 116 

Whiteford, Edwin Warfield, Jr., 114 

Whitehurst, Mrs. John L., 7, 116 

Whittaker, Arthur Vance, 110 

Wich, J. Carlton, 21, 32, 39, 87 

Wild, William Otto, 110 

Wilder, Milton J., 14, 26, 32, 47, 49, 84, 99 

Wilfson, Daniel, Jr., 16, 78, 89 

Will, David R., 25, 32, 95 

Williams, Charles Herman, 19, 78, 116 

Williams, Huntington, 9, 10, 75 

Williams, John Zigler, 114 

Wills, J. Henry, 16, 89 

Wilson, Harry Davis, Jr., 114 

Wilson, Harry F., Jr., 23.88 

Wilson, Priscilla Rae, 24 

Winiarz, Elizabeth A., 23 

Winslow, Francis E., Jr., 29 

Wise, Walter D., 9, 10, 36, 42, 93, 99 

Wiseman, Marcella, 21 

W^isong, Georgiana, 50 

Wiswell, C. Gordon, 48 

Wohl, Milton Jack, 110 

Wolf, Fredericks., 19,39,44 

Wolfe, GeraldineF., 21, 70 

Wolfe, Richard Louis, 114 

Wolff, Thomas C, 9, 12, 38, 43, 77, 89 



Wollenweber, Henry L., 99 

Wong, Wymau Kay, 115 

Wong, Yung-Tsing, 115 

Wood, Austin H., 16, 97 

Wood, Orlyn, 48, 115 

Wood, Robert C, 23, 71 

Woodward, Theodore E., 9, 12, 25, 77, 99, 116 

Workman, Joseph B., 16, 23, 30, 72, 78 

Worsley, Thomas, 21, 79 

Wright, Robert B., 12, 86, 99 

Wright, Robert Lee, 114 

Wylie. H. Boyd, 7, 8, 9, 25, 116, 117 

Yeager, George H., 9, 11, 25, 26, 34, 48, 73, 93, 99, 

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Yim, A. E., 116 
Yim, Robert Earl, 110 
Y'ocum, Alfred W., 115 
Young, Ernest C, 21, 91 
Y'oung, John D. Jr., 16, 26, 32, 47, 97 
Young, JohnH., 21, 29, 91 
Yousem, Herbert L., 24, 112 

Zapf, Evelyn Byrd, 50 
Zeligman, Israel, 14, 26, 31, 73 
Zerzauy, Frederick M., 115 
Ziegler, Paul R., 42 
Zimmerman, Betty May, 24 
Zimmerman, Ira M., 116 
Zinn, Waitman F., 8, 11, 37, 38 
Zupnik, Harold L., 19, 37, 42, 94 
Zuravin, Meyer H., 37 



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b 



CALENDAR 

Academic Year — September 16, 1954 to June 4, 1955 



1954 
September 7, 8, 9 



Re-examinations for advancement 



September 
September 
September 
November 

November 
December 

1955 
January 
January 



FIRST SEMESTER— September 16, 1954 to January 22, 1955 

Tuesday ^Registration, payment of fees, freshmen & sophomores 
Wednesday *Registration, payment of fees, all other students 



Thursday Instruction begins at 8:00 a.m. 
Tuesday Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 
Thanksgiving Holiday 
29 Monday Instruction resumed 

18 Saturday Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 
Christmas Holiday 

3 Monday Instruction resumed 

17 Monday Midyear examinations Ijegin. (Junior and Senior classes 

continue throughout this week) 
*Payment of fees for second semester 
January 22 Saturday First semester completed, 2:00 p.m. 

SECOND SEMESTER— January 24 to June 4, 1955 

Instruction begins 

Holiday — Washington's Birthday 

Instruction resumed 

Instruction suspended at 5:00 p.m. 

Easter Holida}^ 
Instruction resumed 
Juniors and Seniors excused to attend annual meetings 

of the Medical & Chirurgical Faculty 
Senior classes cease at 5:00 p.m. 
Junior classes cease at 2:00 p.m. 
Freshman and Sophomore examinations begin 
Holiday — Memorial Day 
Announcement of graduates 
Commencement 
Second Semester completed at 12:30 p.m. 

PARTIAL CALENDAR FOR 1955-1956 



January 


24 


Monday 


February 


22 


Tuesday 


February 


23 


Wednesday 


April 


7 


Thursday 


April 


12 


Tuesday 


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21 


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April 


22 


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17 


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May 


21 


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23 


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1955 
September 7, < 
September 13 
September 14 
September 15 



, 9 Re-examinations for advancement 

Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen & sophomores 

Wednesday *Registration, payment of fees, all other students 
Thursdav Instruction besins 



* All students are exi)ected to complete their registration, including the payment of 
bills prior to or on regular registration da>s. Those who do not complete their registra- 
tion on the prescribed days will be charged a fee of $5.00. 

The ofTices of the registrarand comptroller are open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., 
and Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. 

5 



ORGANIZATION 
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Thomas B. Symons, D.AGR., Acting President and Executive Officer 
Harry Clifton Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc, President Emeritus 

BOARD OF REGENTS 

Term Expires 

William P. Cole, Jr., Chairman Baltimore 1958 

Mrs. John L. Whitehurst, Vice Chairman Baltimore 1956 

B. Herbert Brown, Secretary Baltimore 1960 

Louis L. Kaplan, AssL Secretary Baltimore 1961 

Harry H. Nuttle, Treasurer Denton 1957 

Edmund S. Burke, Asst. Treasurer Cumberland 1959 

Edward F. Holter Middletown 1959 

E. Paul Knotts Denton 1954 

Arthur 0. Love joy Baltimore 1960 

Charles P. McCormick Baltimore 1957 

C. EwiNG TuTTLE Baltimore 1962 

Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor of the State for terms of 
nine years each, beginning the first Monday in June. 

The President of the University of Maryland is, by law, Executive OfiScer of the 
Board. 

A regular meeting of the Board is held the third Friday in each month, except 
during the months of July and August. 

Each school has its own Advisory Board, Council, or Committee composed of 
the Dean and members of its faculty, which controls the internal affairs of the 
group it represents. 

The University has the following educational organizations: 



At Baltimore 

The School of Dentistry 
The School of Law 
The School of Medicine 
The School of Nursing 
The School of Pharmacy 

The College of Special and Continuation Studies 
(Baltimore Division) 

At College Park 

The College of Agriculture 

The College of Arts and Sciences 



The College of Business and Public 
Administration 

The College of Education 

The Glenn L. Martin College of 
Engineering and Aeronautical 
Sciences 

The College of Home Economics 

The Graduate School 

The College of Military Science 

The College of Physical Education, 
Recreation and Health 

The College of Special and Con- 
tinuation Studies 

The Summer School 



8 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 
School of Medicine 

Thomas B, Symons, D.Agr Acting President 

William S. Stone, M.S., M.D., Ph.D Director^ Medical Education and Research 

H. Boyd Wylie, M.D Dean 

0. G. Harae Assistant to the Dean 

Edgar F. Long, Ph.D Dean of Students 

Alma H. Preinkert, M.A.^ Registrar 

Norma J. Azlein, A.B Associate Registrar 

G. Watson Algire, M.S Director of Admissions and Registrations 

» Died Feb. 28, 1954. 






SCHOOL ^/MEDICINE 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 
EMERITI 

J. M. H. Rowland, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus; Dean, 

Hensy J. Walton, M.D Professor of Roentgenology, 

Page Edmunds, M.D Professor of Traumatic Surgery, 

Ruth Lee Briscoe Librarian, 

Irving J. Spear, M.D Professor of Neurology, 

Carl L. Davis, M.D Professor of Anatomy, 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Surgery, 

Clyde A. Clapp, M.D Professor of Ophthalmology, 

Andrew C. Gillis, M.A,, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D Professor of Neurology, 

Edgar B. Friedenwald, M.D Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, 

Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D Professor of Neurological Surgery, 

Waitman F. Zinn, M.D Professor of Otolaryngology, 

F. L. Jennings, M.D Professor of Clinical Surgery, 

Thomas R. Chambers, A.B., M.D Associate Professor of Surgery, 

Charles W. Maxson, M.D Associate Professor of Surgery, 

Frank W. Hachtel, M.D Professor of Bacteriology, 



Emeritus* 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 
Emeritus 



ADVISORY BOARD OF THE FACULTY 

Dean H. Boyd Wylie, Chairman 

O. G. Harne, Secretary 

William S. Stone, Ex Officio 

George H. Buck, Ex Oificio 



William R. Amberson 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Robert P. Boudreau 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Otto C. Brantigan 
Howard M. Bubert 
Raymond M. Burgison 
T. Nelson Carey 
C. Jelleff Carr 
Carl Dame Clarke 
Richard G. Coblentz 
Beverley C. Compton 
Edward F. Cotter 
Charles N. Davidson 
John DeCarlo. Jr. 
John M. Dennis 



Robert B. Dodd 
Louis H. Douglass 
C. Reid Edwards 
Monte Edwards 
Frederick P. Ferguson 
Frank H. J. Figge 
Jacob E. Finesinger 

A. H. FiNKELSTEIN 

Russell S. Fisher 
Albert E. Goldstein 
Maurice H. Greenhill 
Paul R. Hackett 
Edward J . Herbst 
Harry C. Hull 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Frank D. Kaltreider 



James R. Karns 
Edward A. Kitlowski 
Vernon E. Krahl 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
Louis A. M, Krause 
William S. Love, Jr. 
H. Patterson Mack 
Henry J. L. Marriott 
Zachariah Morgan 
Theodore H. Morrison 
H. Whitman Newell 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 
D. J. Pessagno 
H. R. Peters 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
James H. Ramsey 



Died July 26, 1954. 



10 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



]. Morris Reese 
Charles A. 

Reifschneider 
Dexter L. Reimann 
Harry M. Robinson, 
Milton S. Sacks 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Andrew G. Smith 
Dietrich C. Smith 
Frederick B. Smith 



Sr. 



Hugh R. Spencer 
Edward Steers 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jb 
Matthew L. Taback 
W. Houston Toulson 
William H. Triplett 
Roy B. Turner 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 



Charles van Buskirk 
Raymond E. Vanderlinde 
Allen F. Voshell 
John A. Wagner 
C. Gardner Warner 
John I. White 
Walter D. Wise 
Charles C. Wisseman, Jr. 
Theodore E. Woodward 
George PI. Yeager 



William R. Amberson 
J. Edmund Bradley 
John M. Dennis 
Robert B. Dodd 
Louis H. Douglass 
C. Reid Edwards 
Jacob E. Finesinger 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE FACULTY 

William S. Stone, 



Ex Officio 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Charles C. Wisseman, Jr. 
Theodore E. Woodward 
H. Boyd Wylie, Dean 

Chairman 



0. G. Harne, Assistant 
to the Dean, Secretary 
J. Mason Hundley 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Hugh R. Spencer 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

PROFESSORS 

Myron S. Aisenberg, D.D.S., Professor of Pathology, School of Dentistry. 

William R. Amberson, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Head of the Department. 

James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery and Head of the Division.^ 

Joseph C. Biddix, Jr., D.D.S., Professor of Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry. 

J. Edmund Bradley, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics and Head of the Department. 

Otto C. Brantigan, B.S., M.D., Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Clinical and Thoracic 

Surgery. 
T. Nelson Carey, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
C. Jelleff Carr, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology. 

Richard G. Coblentz, M.A., M.D., Professor of CHnical Neurological Surgery. 
John M. Dennis, B.S., M.D., Professor of Radiology and Head of the Department.^* 
Edward C. Dobbs, D.D.S., Professor of Pharmacology, School of Dentistry. 

It is to be noted that for convenience of reference the names of the mem- 
bers of the Faculty are listed in the forepart of this catalogue in alphabetical 
order. The names are listed in order of seniority under each preclinical and 
clinical department of the school on subsequent pages. 

On the lists of the Faculty of Medicine and Fellows and the Hospital and Dispensary 
staffs are given the names and positions assigned during the period July 1, 1954 to June 30, 
1955 unless otherwise indicated. Changes are noted as follows: 

* Appointments effective July 1, 1954. 
' Promotions effective July 1, 1954. 

' Resignations effective July 1, 1954. 

* Retirements. 
» Deaths. 

* Leave of absence. 
*Part time. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 11 

Robert B. Dodd, M.D., Professor of Anesthesiology and Head of the Department. 

Brice M. Dorsey, D.D.S., Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Louis H. Douglass, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Head of the Department. 

Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Professor of Surgery and Acting Head of the Department. 

Monte Edwards, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery and Professor of Proctology, 

Ray Ehrensberger, Ph.D., Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences. 

Frank H. J. Figge, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Jacob E. Finesinger, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Department. 

Russell S. Fisher, B.S., M.D., Professor and Head of the Division of Legal Medicine. 

Grason W. Gaver, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Prosthetics, School of Dentistry. 

Maurice H. Greenhill, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry .2 

Harry C. Hull, M.D., Professor of Clmical Surgery. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Gynecology and Head of the Department. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery.^ 

C. Loring Joslin, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics. 

Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D., CUnical Professor of Plastic Surgery. 
John C. Krantz, Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Pharmacology and Head of the Depart- 
ment. 
Louis A. M. Krause, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Kenneth D. Legge, M.D., Professor of Clinical Urology. 
William S. Love, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Theodore H. Morrison, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Alfred T. Nelson, M.D., CHnical Professor of Anesthesiology. 
James W. Nelson, M.D., Professor of CHnical Medicine. 

Ernest B. Nuttall, D.D.S., Professor of Crown and Bridge, School of Dentistry. 
Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology and Head of the Division. 

D. J. Pessagno, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

H. Raymond Peters, A.B., M.D., Professor of CHnical Medicine 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, B.S., M.D., Professor of Medicine^, Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Preventive Medicine and RehabiHtation.^ 

Kyrle W. Preis, D.D.S., Professor of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry. 

Kenneth V. Randolph, D.D.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry. 

Charles A. Reifschneider, M.D., Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery. 

John R. Reid, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy in Psychiatry. 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr.,M.D., Professor of Dermatology. 

Harry L. Rogers, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Emil G. Schmidt, Ph.D., LL.B., Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the De- 
partment. 

Dietrich Conrad Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, Assistant Director Postgraduate 
Committee. 

Hugh R. Spencer, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine ^ 

W. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D., Professor of Urology. 

I. Ridgeway Trimble, M.D., Professor of CHnical Surgery. 

Eduard Uhlenhuth, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department. 

Charles Van Buskirk, A.B., M.S., M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Head of the Division of 
Neurology.^ 

Allen Fiske VosheU, A.B., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

6 Died Aug. 24, 1953. 



12 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Huntington Williams, M.D., Dr. P.H., Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Walter D. Wise, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

Charles Louis Wisseman, Jr., A.B., M.S., M.D., Professor of Microbiology and Head of 

the Department.' 
Theodore E. Woodward, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department.^ 
George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery and Director of Clinical 

Research. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Merle Ansberry, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences. 

H. M. Bubert, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Carl Dame Clarke, Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Gynecology .* 

Edward F. Cotter, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Charles N. Davidson, M.D., Associate Professor of Radiology. 

Ross Davies, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

J. Sheldon Eastland, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Francis A. Ellis, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology. 

A. H. Finkelstein, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Leon Freedom, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology. 

Frederick P. Ferguson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 

Samuel L. Fox, Ph.G., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, Instructor in 

Physiology. 
William L. GarUck, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery, Associate in 

Surgery. 
Moses GcUman, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Gordon E. Gibbs,^^ A.B., M.A^ Ph.D., M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatric 

Research. 
Lewis P. Gundry, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Manfred S. Guttmacher, A.B., M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Paul R. Hackett, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Anesthesiology. 
0. G Hame, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Asst. to the Dean. 
Edward J. Herbst, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry. 
Cyrus F. Horine, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Albert Jaffe, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 
Exiward S. Johnson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
D. Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Fayne A. Kayser, M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 
Vernon E. Krahl, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 
Frederick T. Kyper, M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 
H. Vernon Langeluttig, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
Ephraim T. Lisansky, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, Associate 

in Psychiatry. 
Henry J. L. Marriott, A.B., B.M., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of the 

Division of Physical Diagnosis. 
Walter C. Merkel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

Effective appointment dates: Professors. 

2» Sept. 1, 1953. 

a** Resigned Aug. 31, 1954. 






SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 13 

Samuel Morrison, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Gastro-enterology. 

H. Whitman Newell, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

C. VV. Peake, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

J. Morris Reese, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

Dexter L. Reimann, B. S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Otolaryngology. 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr., B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology. 

Ida M. Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S., Associate Professor of Library Science. 

Milton S. Sacks, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of Clin- 
ical Pathology, Associate in Pathology. 

Isadore A. Siegel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

Frederick B. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

WilUam H. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Edward Steers, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology. 

George F. Sutherland, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

Henry F. Ullrich, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Raymond E. Vanderhnde, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry .^ 

John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

W. Wallace Walker, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

C. Gardner Warner, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

William H. F. Warthen, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene & PubUc Health. 

T. Conrad Wolfif, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of the Division of 
Physical Diagnosis.^ 

Robert B. Wright, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine. 

Ruth W. Baldwin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Director Pediatric Seizure 

Clinic.2 
Donald J. Barnett, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. ^^ 
Robert E. Bauer, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Edmund G. Beacham, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Howard B. Bensusan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiological Research.^* 
Klaus W. BerbUnger, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry.^ 
Eugene S. Bereston, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 
Annie M. Bestebreurtje, B.S,, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.* 
H. F. Bongardt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Robert P. Boudreau, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology.^ 
Harry C. Bowie, B.S.,M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Associate in Surgical Anatomy. 
Leo Brady, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 
Simon H. Brager, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 
Charles F. Brambel, A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Raymond M. Burgison, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, 

"> Died Aug. 25, 1953. 

3* Resigned Dec. 15, 1953. 

® Leave of absence. 



14 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Beverley C. Compton, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

R. Adams Cowley, M.D., Assistant Professor Thoracic Surgery, Director Cardio-Pul- 
monary Service, and Assistant Director Experimental Surgery.^ 

J. G. N. Gushing, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

John DeCarlo, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Radiology. 

Francis G. Dickey, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 

Wm. K. Diehl, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

William Carl Ebeling III, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 

William W. Elgin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Maurice Feldman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

Jerome Fineman, M.D,, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Wetherbee Fort, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Henry C. Freimuth, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine. 

Frank J. Geraghty, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Francis W. Gillis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology. • 

Samuel S. Glick, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Albert E. Goldstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

George Govatos, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Robert G. Grenell, B.A., M.Sc, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Psychiatric Research. 

John S. Haines, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology. 

John F, Hogan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology. 

Benjamin H. Isaacs, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. 

Meyer W. Jacobson, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

James R. Karns, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director Student 
Health Service. 

F, Edwin Knowles, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman 
of the Department.^ 

C. Edward Leach, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Samuel Legum, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Philip L. Lerner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 

Lester M. Libo, A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology .^ 

Hans W. Loewald, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

William V. Lovitt, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine. 

John F. Lutz, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy.' 

H. Patterson Mack, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy .^ 

Howard B. Mays, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Instructor in 
Urology and Pathology. 

W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. 

Karl F. Mech, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Associate in Surgery,^ Instruc- 
tor in Pathology. 

George G. Merrill, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 

Zachariah Morgan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

F. K. Morris, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology .^ 

Hugh B. McNally, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 

S. Edwin Muller, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Harry M. Murdock, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

George McLean, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

« Died June 5, 1954. 



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Robert T. Parker, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Otto C. Phillips, A.B., M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology.^ 

James H. Ramsey, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology .* 

I. 0. Ridgely, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

William F. Rienhoff, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Robert A. Reiter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

R. C. V. Robinson, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

John E. Savage, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 

Sidney Scherlis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate in Pediatrics. 

Kathyrn L. Schultz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Theodore A. Schwartz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. 

William M. Seabold, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Lawrence M. Serra, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

William B. Settle, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Associate in Surgery. 

Albert Shapiro, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

Arthur G. Siwinski, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Andrew G. Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Microbiology. 

Edward P. Smith, M.D., Ph.G., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Sol Smith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Merrill J. Snyder, B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine in Clinical Microbiology; 

Instructor in Microbiology. 
Matthew L. Taback, A.B., A.M., D.Sc, Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 
Harry Teitelbaum, B.S., M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Raymond K. Thompson, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery.' 
Roy B. Turner, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology.^ 
Gibson J. Wells, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
John I. White, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology. 
Milton J. Wilder, M.D., Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery. 
Joseph B. Workman, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 
Israel 2^1igman, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

ASSOCIATES 

Conrad B. Acton, M.D., Associate in Medicine, Instructor in Pathology. 

Leon Ashman, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

J. Tyler Baker, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Margaret B. Ballard, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Robert Z. Berry, A.B., M.D., Associate in Otolaryngology. 

Louis V. Blum, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Henry A. Briele, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 

J. E. Brumback, Jr., B.S., M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology^ 

William R. Bundick, M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Harold H. Burns, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

M. Paul Byerly, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Osborne D. Christensen, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Jonas Cohen, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Morris M. Cohen, M.D., Associate in Dermatology.^ 

Effective appointment dates: Assistant Professors. 
i» Nov. 1, 1953 to Sept. 30, 1954. 
'b Dec. 1, 1953. 



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E. Eugene Covington, M.D., Associate in Oncology .2 
William F. Cox, III, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Robert M. N. Crosby, M.D., Associate in Neurological Surgery ,2 Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Raymond M. Cunningham, B.S., M.D., Associate in Proctology, Instructor in Anatomy 
and Pathology, Assistant in Surgery .2 

Edward R. Dana, A.B., M.D., Associate in Radiology. 

George H. Davis, A.B., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics.2 

John B. DeHoff, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

D. McClelland Dixon, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

William A. Dodd, B.S., M.D., Associate in Gynecology, Assistant in Obstetrics. 

J. J. Erwin, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

L. K. Fargo, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

William L. Fearing, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 

Donald E, Fisher, M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Wilham H. Fisher, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 

Irving Freeman, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Joseph E. Furnari, M.D., Associate in Medicine and Director Medical Out-Patient De- 
partment. 

Perry O. Futterman, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Louis C. Gareis, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics.2 

Jason H. Gaskel, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery.2 

Paul F. Guerin, M.D,, Associate in Legal Medicine.^* 

Isaac Gutman, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery.2 

Raymond F. Helfrich, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Wilham G. Helfrich, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine.2 

W. Grafton Herspberger, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Mark B. Hollander, A.B., M.D., Associate in Dermatology .2 

Henry W. J. Holljes, M.D., Associate in Medicine, Director Medical Care Clinic. 

Z. Vance Hooper, M.D., Associate in Gastro-Enterology. 

Clewell Howell, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Joseph V. Jerardi, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Hugh J, Jewett, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Associate in Gynecology .2 

Arthur Karfgin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Walter Karfgin, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Joseph I. Kemler, M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 

Albert W. Kitts, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Pediatrics. 

Elizabeth LaForge, M.S.S., Associate in Psychiatric Social Work. 

Richard Lindenberg, M.D., Associate in Legal Medicine. 

H. Edmund Levin, M.D., Associate in Microbiology. 

Kurt Levy. M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

F. Ford Loker, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

William B. Long, M.D., Associate in Postgraduate Surgery. 

G. Bovvers Mansdorfer, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
William J. McClafferty, M.D., Associate in Legal Medicine.' 
Lyle J. Millan, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

Joseph M. Miller, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
Stanley Miller, B.A., M.D., Associate in Medicine.2 

3 Resigned December 31, 1953. 
' Leave of absence. 



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Donald W. Mintzer, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

J. Huff Morrison, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

William H. Mosberg, Jr., M.D,, Associate in Neurosurgery. 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Associate in Surgical Anatomy, Assistant in Surgery. 

J. Emmett Queen, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Herbert E. Reifschneider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

Martin A. Robbins, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

John D. Rosin, A.B., M.D., Associate in Proctology .2 

Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D., Associate in Plastic Surgery. 

Leonard Scherlis, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

William M. Seabold, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

J. King B. E. Seeger, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics.^ 

Robert C. Sheppard, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Jerome Sherman, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Benedict Skitarelic, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Ruby A. Smith, B.S., M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology .^ 

Melchijah Spragins, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

William T. Supic, M.D., Associate in Proctology. 

Wilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Stephen J. Van Lill, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

William K. Waller, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Arthur Ward, M.D., Associate in Otolaryngology. 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Austin H. Wood, M.D., Associate in Urology. 

John D. Young, Jr., M.D., Associate in Urology. 

LECTURERS 

Janet B. Hardy, A.B., M.D., Lecturer in Pediatrics. 
Amedeo S. Marrazzi, M.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology. 
John L. Peck, M.D., Lecturer in Pediatrics. 
William H. Summerson, Ph.D., Lecturer in Biological Chemistry. 
Joseph M. White, IH, B.S., M.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology. 
J. Henry Wills, Ph.D., Lecturer in Physiology. 

INSTRUCTORS 

Robert C. Abrams, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery.* 

A. Russell Anderson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

David Bacharach, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Melvin N. Borden, M.D,, Instructor in Pediatrics, 

Francis J. Borges, M.D., Instructor in Medicine* 

Carlton Brinsfield, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy.^** 

George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Ann Virginia Brown, A.B., Instructor in Biological Chemistry. 

Effective appointment dates: Associates. 
i» April 1, 1954. 



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Lida C. Brown, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.^ 

William J. Bryson, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Bernard Burgin, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Enoch Callaway, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Lester H. Caplan, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Joseph P. Cappuccio, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

John W. Chambers, M.D., Instructor in Neurosurgery, Assistant in Surgery. 

Thomas A. Christensen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Raymond L. Clemmens, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics, Director Developmental 

CUnic.i 
B. Stanley Cohen, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 
Herbert B. Copeland, M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 
Joseph M. Cordi, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Richard J. Cross, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. 
John R. Davis, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

W. Allen Deckert, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology, Assistant in Surgery. 
Michael L. DeVincentis, B.S., M.D.. Instructor in Surgery. 
William C. Duffy, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Ralph L. Dunlap, Ph.D., Instructor in Medical Psychology.^ 
Maurice Feldman, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Edward G. Field, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Joseph C. Fitzgerald, M.D., Instructor in Experimental Medicine.^® 
WilUam N. Fitzpatrick, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Philip D. Flynn, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Joseph E. Furnari, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology, Assistant in Gynecology. 
D. Carleton Gatdusek, B.A., M.D., Instructor in Experimental Medicine. 
Marvin Goldstein, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Howard Goodman, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Louis E. Goodman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Bernard S. Gordon, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
H. L. Granoff, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Richard J. Gross, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology and in Ophthalmology. 
Samuel J. Hankin, M.D. Instructor in Medicine. 
Charles W. Hawkins, M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 
Mary L. Hayleck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Robert F. Healy, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Elizabeth C. Heinz, A.B., Junior Instructor in Microbiology. 
L. Ann Hellen, B.S., Instructor in Medicine. 

John A. Hightower, M.D., Instructor in Experimental Medicine. 
Sylvia Himmelfarb, A.B., Instructor in Physiology. 
John H. Hirschfield, M.D., Instructor in Otolaryngology. 
Charles F. Hobelman, A.B., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology.^" 
J. Donald Hubbard, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology.^ 
Calvin Hyman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Conrad L. Inman, D.D.S., Instructor in Anesthesiology, School of Dentistry. 
Joseph A. Jachimczyk, M.D., Instructor in Legal Medicine.'* 
Marvin Jaffe, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry .2 



»» Resigned Dec. 31, 1953. 



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Marshall I. Kader, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Edward S. Kallins, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

William H. Kammer, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Harry F. Kane, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Clyde F. Kams, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Lester Keifer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology.^ 

Irvin B. Kemick, B.S., Ph.G., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Lauriston L. Keown, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Leon A. Kochman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Schuyler G. Kohl, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

Edward L. J. Krieg, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

A. Kremen, A.B., M.D,, Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Arnold F. Lavenstein, M.D.,Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Algert P. Lazauskas, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Franklin E. Leslie, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Howard S. Liang, M.D., Instructor in Anesthesiology.^^ 

Barbara A. Lyons, A.B., Junior Instructor in Medicine^' 

Helen 1. Maginnis, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

William W. Magruder, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Joseph C. Matchar, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Marion W. Mathews, A.B., M.S., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Robert E. McCafferty, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Frances C. McGrath, M.S.S.W\, Instructor in Psychiatric Social W^ork.^*^ 

Francis J. McLaughlin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

D. J. McHenry, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Jose Medina, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Herman J. Meisel, M.D., Instructor in Urology. 

Joseph H. Menning, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Urology. 

Israel P. Meranski, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

James P. Miller, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

J. Duer Moores, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Ruth Musser, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

John A. Myers, M.E.E., M.D., Instructor in Medicine, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

James J. Nolan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Samuel Novey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

John S. Osborne, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Frank J. Otenasek, M.D., Instructor in Neuro-Surgery. 

Gerardo B. Polanco, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Benjamin Pope, Ph.D., Instructor in Medical Psychology. 

Samuel E. Proctor, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Daniel R. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery.' 

Kent E. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatr>\ 

Robert C. Rodgers, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

James Russo, M.D., Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology.^ 

John F. Schaefer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Marjorie F. Schmale, B.S., M.S.S., Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work.' 

3 Resigned Oct. 30, 1953. 



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Nathan Schnaper, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. ^ 
Charles E. Shaw, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Elizabeth D. Sherrill, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Albert J. Shochat, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gastro-Enterology. 
Ursula T. Slager, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology.^ 
Merrill J. Snyder, B.S., Instructor in Microbiology. 
Nathan Snyder, Ph.G., M.D., Instructor in Anatomy. 
Theodore E. Stacy, Ph.G., M.D., Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology-^^ 
Henry F. Startzman, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Radiology.^ 
Thomas M. Stevenson, Jr., Junior Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine.' 
Jerome Styrt, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.^ 
Stuart D. Sunday, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Kyle Y. Swisher, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 
William D. VandeGrift, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Edmond G. Vanden Bosche, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery School of Dentistry. 
Frederick J. Vollmer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Gladys E. Wadsworth, B.S., M.A., Instructor in Anatomy. 
Herbert L. Warres, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Radiology. 
Marcella Weisman, M.S.S., Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work.^ 
Charles Herman Williams, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Henry B. Wilson, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology- 
Margaret S. Wilson, M.S.S., Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work. 
Frederick S. Wolf, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 
Betsy G. Wootten, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Harold L. Zupnik, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

ASSISTANTS 

Garnet E. Affleck, Jr. Assistant in Art as Apphed to Medicine.^ 

Fred B. Agee, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jose A. Alvarez, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 

Anders W. Anderson, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

John J. Angelo, M.D., Assistant hi Plastic Surgery. 

Vahram Aratoon, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Robert K. Arthur, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

Harry McB. Beck, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Harold P. Biehl, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Joseph Bierman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 

Jane L. Bleakley, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Kenneth B. Boyd, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

A. V. Buchness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

L. T. Chance, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

James N. Cianos, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Raymond J. Clayton, Jr., Assistant in Art as Apphed to Medicine. 

Edmund P. Coffay, Sr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Harry Cohen, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Pathology. 

Effective appointment dates: Instructors. 

1- Oct. 1, 1953, to Jan. 31, 1954. ^^ jan. 1, 1954. 

lb May 1, 1954. '" June 15, 1953 to June 14, 1954. 

1° Dec. 15, 1953. '^ Sept. 12, 1953. 



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E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
Wilford A. Councill, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Urology.^ 
Martha Curtiss, B.S., R.N., Assistant in Medicine, Assistant Director Medical Care 

CUnic. 
Miriam S. Daly, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics (part time). 
Garrett E. Deane, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 
Leon Donner, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 
William C. Dunnigan, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Daniel Ehrlich, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics." 
William G. Esmond, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Frank Fariano, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Thoracic Surgery. 
Vincent dePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Marion Friedman, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
William D. Gentry, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.. 
William R. Geraghty, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
James J. Gerlach, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 
Charles Richard Gilbert, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 
Martin K. Gorten, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 
William H. Grenzer, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
Angelino Guido, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 
Leonard G. Hamberry, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Thomas D. Haupt, A.B., M.A., Assistant in Medical Psychology.^ 
Donald B. Hebb, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery and Thoracic Surgery. 
Frederick J. Heldrich, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
John A. Hightower, M.D., Assistant in Medicine." 
William A. Holbrook, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery .2 
John V. Hopkins, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Sarah V. Huffer, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 
Nathan B. Hymen, M.D., Assistant in Radiology.^ 
Everett D. Jones, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Frank T. Kasik, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
Vernon C. Kelley, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
August Kiel, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 
David M. Kipnis, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
Irvin P. Klemkowski, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Raymond M. Lauer, M.D,, Assistant in Medicine. 
Lee R. Lerman, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 
Norman Levin, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics^* and Gynecology.^* 
William D. Lynn, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Fern E. MacAUister, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 
Stephen L. Magness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Raymond L. Markley, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology.^ 
Clarence W. Martin, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Mary B. Matthews, Assistant in Pediatrics. 
George A. Maxwell, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology.^ 
Howard B. McElwain, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Margaret Elizabeth McGee, Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work.^<' 

• Leave of absence. 



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Kathleen McGrady, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Kirk Moore, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

William A. Niermann, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

John C. Ozazewski, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Sumner Malone Parham, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William F. Peterson, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Harry P. Porter, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology. 

Edward C. Prevost, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology,^ 

John M. Rehberger, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology.^ 

William B. Rever, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Donald J. Roop, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

Ernest Scher, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

George Schimert, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery.^ 

Henry Seidel, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^*' 

James A. Sewell, M.D., Assistant in Surgery.^ 

John O. Sharrett, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery .2 

James H. Shell, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

O. Walter Spurrier, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Stanley R. Steinbach, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Frederick L. Stichell, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology.^ 

Bonnie Strain, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work. 

John J. Tansey, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

F. X. Paul Tinker, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

T. J. Touhey, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Arnold Tramer, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Roger S. Waterman, M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 

Thomas C. Webster, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William Earl Weeks, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Harold H. Weinberg, M.D., Assistant in Otolaryngology.^ 

Jack Wexler, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

J. Carlton Wich, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

David R. Will, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Thomas Worsley, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

John H. Young, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 

Betty J. Fax, Ph.D., Navy Psychiatric Research Fund Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

Grace L. Finesinger, Research Associate in Psychiatry.^ 

Moritz Michaelis, Ph.D., Army Chemical Center Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

John Walker Powell, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychiatry.^ 

Harvey A. Robinson, Ph.D., Research Associate in Psychiatry. 

FELLOWS 

Tanash H. Atoynatan, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^ 

Alice M. Band, A.B., M.D., Baltimore Rh Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine. 

Effective appointment date: Assistants. 
^ Nov. 1, 1953. 
ii* Oct. 1, 1953. 



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Charles Bagley III, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.iB 

Frederick K. Bell, Ph.D., Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Brigitte E. Blankenhom, B.A., Research Fellow in Physiology. 

Leonard S. Brahen, B.S., M.S., Fellow in Pharmacology.' 

Alice S. Chester, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. ^^ 

WiUiam C. Cohen, Summer Fellow in Microbiology. ^"^ 

Henrique B. deMoraes, Fellow in Plastic Surgery.^ 

Walter S. Easterling, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. ^^ 

Ruth Page Edwards, A. B., A. M. Ph.D., Fellow in Medical Psychology.' 

Leo W. Elgin, M.D., Fellow in Medicine.^'' 

Joseph C. Fitzgerald, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 

Jane Wray Forrest, Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Vernon M. Gelhaus, John F. B. Weaver Summer Fellow in Histology. 

Richard L. Glasser, A.B., John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Physiology. ^« 

Bella R. Hearst, M.S., M.D., Research Fellow in Medicolegal Pathology.'^ 

William L. Heimer, M.D., Fellow in Medicine. 

Donald Helinski, B.S., Weaver Fellow in Biological Chemistry.^ 

Ernest C. Herrmann, Jr., B.S., Fellow in Bacteriology. 

Kaneo Hirano, Fellow in Pharmacology. ^<=* 

Norman A. Hulme, A. M., Fellow in Pharmacology.^* 

Daniel F. Johnston, John F. B. Weaver Summer Fellow in Anatomy. ^^ 

Albert V. Kanner, Fellow in Pediatrics.^ ^ 

Murray M. Kappelman, B.S., Fellow in Pediatrics. ^^ 

Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Research Fellow in Gynecological Pathology. 

Norma May Keigler, B.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Fellow in Microbiology. 

Gerald Kessler, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Fellow in Biological Chemistry.'^ 

Paul W. Knowles, John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Histology. 

Norman W. Lavy, A.B., Summer Fellow in Chnical Pathology. 

Johnson S. L. Ling, A.B., M.S., Eli Lilly Fellow in Pharmacology.'* 

Sze-Jui Liu, M.D., Fellow in Medicine. 

David H. Looff, Fellow in Infectious Diseases. 

Jack Mendelson, Fellow in Psychiatry. 

William E. O'Malley, B.S., Fellow in Pharmacology.^'' 

Henry D. Perry, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 

Marvin S. Piatt, Summer Fellow in Pediatrics. 

Giovanni Raccuglia, M.D., Anna Gorman Fellow in Hematology. 

Joan Raskin, Fellow in Pediatrics.^'' 

Aubrey D. Richardson, M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 

Emily M. Rody, Fellow in Psychiatry.^ 

Charles A. Sanislow, Jr., Summer Fellow in Clinical Pathology .^^ 

Arthur H. Schmale, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Psychosomatic Medicine.' 

Joseph E. Shuman, Fellow in Infectious Diseases. 

Robert T. Singleton, Fellow in Infectious Diseases. 

Ursula T. Slager, B.A., M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Neuropathology. 

Resignations: Fellows. 
» June 5, 1954. 
»*July'31, 1953. 
'bjAug. 31, 1954. 
♦Half time. 



24 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

George A. Sowell, Summer Fellow in Radiology .^°* 

Hirsh Leonard Spiegelmann, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Surgery, Anticoagulant Clinic, Mercy 

Hospital.^ 
Thomas A. Stebbins, A.B., Medical Illustrator in Oncology and Gynecology. P.H.S. 

Cancer Teaching Program. 
Joseph R. Suriano, Fellow in Microbiology.^ 
Kyle W. Swisher, Jr., M.D., Fellow in Medicine (part-time). 
Andre J. Toussant, B.S., Fellow in Microbiology. 
Ira N. Tublin, B.S., Summer Fellow in Medicine. 

Frank D. Vasington, A.B., M.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry. 
Robert T. Walker, M.D., Fellow in Medicine. 
Robert H. Weaver, B.S., Fellow in Biochemistry.^*^ 
Harry F. Wilson, Jr., B.S., Fellow in Pharmacology. 
Arthur Wolpert, Fellow in Pharmacology.' ' 
Robert C. Wood, B.A., M.S., U. S. Navy Research Fellow in Microbiology. 

CONSULTANTS 

Robert W. Swain, B.S., Consultant in Radiologic Physics. 

Gordon Leslie Lippitt, B.S., M.A., M.D., Consultant in Psychiatry. 

Isadore Tuerk, M.D., Consultant in Psychiatry. 

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS 

Dorothy Doe Adams, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Frances S. Barbusca, A.B., Research Assistant in CHnical Pathology.^ 

Edna L. Barrabee, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.*' 

Maryanne E. Berger, B.S., Research Assistant in Anatomy. 

Bernard D. Blaustein, B.S., M.A., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine. 

Abraham B. Brody, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Florence M. Burnett, B.S., M.S., R.N., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Elsa A. Burrows, A.B., Research Assistant in Anatomy. 

Grange S. Coffin, M.D., Research Assistant in Pediatrics.' 

Margaret M. Collins, A.B., Research Assistant in Pediatrics.' 

Shirley A. Cox, A.B., Research Assistant in Biochemistry.^^ 

Fred Davis, M.A., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Dorothy De Santis, Research Assistant in Medicine. 

Jose Dobal, Research Assistant in Medicine.'® 

Jos6 Cecilio Echiandia, Research Assistant in Medicine. ^"^ 

William J. Elton, II, Research Assistant in Psychiatry.'" 

Jorge A. Franco, Research Assistant in Physiology. 

Effective appointment dates; Fellows. 'J June 21 to Aug. 20, 1954. 

i» Sept. 1, 1953 to May 31, 1954. "^ May 31 to July 31, 1954. 

'b Sept. 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954. " Sept. 1, 1954 to Aug. 31, 1955. 

'« Sept. 1, 1953 to Jan. 31, 1954. i"" July 1, to Aug. 31, 1954. 

Id Sept. 1, 1953. ^ June 17, to Sept. 14, 1954. 

'« Oct. 1, 1953 to Sept. 30, 1954. Resignations: Research Assistants. 

" June 1 to Sept. 11, 1954. ^a Sept. 15, 1953. 

'8 April 15, 1954. '» Sept. 30, 1954. 

^^ July 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954. «»> Dec. 1, 1953. 

n June 1 to Sept. 10, 1954. '<^ July 31, 1954. 



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Ella Freytag, Research Assistant in Legal Medicine. 

Awilda Gay, B.S., Research Assistant in Medicine. 

Joseph J. Geller, M.D., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Eleanor G. B. Glinos, A.B., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry. 

Martin K. Gorten, A.B., M.D., Research Assistant in Pediatrics. 

William L. Heimer, M.D., Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Claire K. Heisse, A.B., Research Assistant in Pharmacology.^' 

Carolyn F. Hendrickson, B.S., Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Physiology. 

Julia Neil Hurst, Research Assistant in Pharmacology .^"^ 

Betty I. Ives, Research Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Ruth Hall Johnston, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Lydia D. Lipinski, Research Assistant in Anatomy. 

Joan W. Little, A.B., Research Assistant in Gastro-Enterology.^ 

Ann L. Liu, B.S., M.S., Research Assistant in Anatomy.^" 

Jack H. Mendelson, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

June H. Mendelson, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Norma J. Nonken, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Eleanor D. Percy, Research Assistant in Anatomy. 

Edwin L. Poole, B.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

M. Joseph Rehak, A.B., Research Assistant in Pharmacology .^ 

Evelyn C. Rice, Research Assistant in Obstetrics and Medicine.^ 

Martha K. Salter, R.N., Research Assistant in Legal Medicine. 

Danial S. Sax, Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Robert Shirey, B.S., Research Assistant in Pediatrics.^ . 

Arthur B. Silverstein, A.B., A.M., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Vincent J. Speckhart, Research Assistant in Biochemistry. ^k 

Barbara T. Stewart, B.A., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Karl E. Sussman, A.B., Research Assistant in Physiology. 

Toba Tahl, Reseach Assistant in Psychiatry.^ 

Anne L. Trucker, A.B., Research Assistant in Psychiatry.^ «^ 

Floris de Balbian Verster, B.S., M.S., Research Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Amy Lee Wells, R.N., Research Assistant in Gynecological Pathology. 

Betty May Zimmerman, Research Assistant in Legal Medicine. 

TRAINEES 

Charles B. Adams, Jr., B.S., Trainee in Cardiology.^ 
Charles F. Carroll, Jr., National Cancer Institute Trainee. 
Frank G. Kuene, M.D,, Trainee in Metabolism. 
Aubry D. Richardson, M.D., Trainee in Cardiology. 

Effective appointment dates: Research Assistants. 

it» Oct. 1, 1953. 1' Sept. 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954. 

i« May 1, to Sept. 30, 1954. i* July 1, to Aug. 31, 1954. 

Id June 15, 1954. ^^ July 1, to Sept. 30, 1954. 

i« Sept. 1, 1953 to Aug. 31, 1954. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

George H. Buck, Director 
Kurt H. Nork, Asst. Director 

MEDICAL BOARD OF THE STAFF 

D. Frank Kaltreider, President 

James G. Arnold, President-elect 

David R, Will, Secretary-Treasurer 

Jacob E. Finesinger 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
Hugh R. Spencer 
Theodore E. Woodward 

Elected Members Term Expires 

Raymond K. Thompson 1955 

Charles N. Davidson 1955 

Thurston R. Adams 1956 

C. Edward Leach 1956 

John D. Young 1956 

Thomas R. O'Rourk 1956 

William S. Stone, Director, Medical Education and Research 

H. Boyd Wylie, Dean, School of Medicine 

George H. Buck, Director, University Hospital \Ex officio members 

Kurt H. Nork, Director, Out Patient Department 

Milton S. Sacks, Director, Clinical Pathology 



J. Edmund Bradley 
John M. Dennis 
Robert B. Dodd 
Louis H. Douglass 
C. Reid Edwards 



Gynecologists . 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 

Anesthesiology 

Anesthesiologist-in-Chief Robert B. Dodd 

Anesthesiologist Paul R. Hackett 

Gynecology and Oncology 

Gynecologist-in-Chief J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Leo Brady 

Beverley C. Compton 
Ernest L Cornbrooks, Jr. 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 
Oncology 

Oncologist-in-Chief J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Medicine and Medical Specialties 
Dermatology 

Dermatologist-in-Chief Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Eugene S. Bereston 
Francis A. Ellis 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 
A. Albert Shapiro 

JSRAEL ZeLIGMAN 

General Medicine 

Physician-in-Chief Theodore E. Woodward 



Dermatologists . 



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Physicians. 



Robert E. Bauer 
Howard M. Bubert 
T. Nelson Carey 
Edward F. Cotter 
Wm. Carl Ebeling, III 
Frank J. Geraghty 
Lewis P. Gundry 
James R. Karns 
Louis A. M. Krause 
H. Vernon Langeluttig 
C. Edward Leach 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
William S. Love, Jr. 
Henry J. L. Marriott 
Samuel Morrison 
Robert T. Parker 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr. 
Milton S. Sacks 
Leonard Scherlis 
Sidney Scherlis 
Lawrence Serra 
Joseph B. Workman 
Neurology 

Neurologist-in-Chief Charles Van Buskirk 

Edward F. Cotter 
William L. Fearing 
< Leon Freedom 
George G. Merrill 
Irving J. Spear 



Neurologists . 



Obstetrics 

Ohsteiricians-in-Chief . 



Obstetricians . 



Ophthalmology 

Ophthalmologist-in-Chief . 



Ophthalmologists 



Assistant Ophthalmologists . 



Louis H. Douglass 
D. Frank Kaltreider 

George H. Davis 
D. McClelland Dixon 
Louis C. Gareis 
Hugh B. McNally 
J. Huff Morrison 
J. Morris Reese 
John E. Savage 
J, K. B. E. Seegar 

ISADORE A. SlEGEL 



I Paul N. Friedman 
[Ruby A. Smith 

J. E. Brumback, Jr. 
John C. Ozazewski 
Henry B. Wilson 



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UNIVERSTIY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

Pathology 

Pathologist-in-Chkf Hugh R. Spencer 

f Dexter L. Reimann 
\jOHN A. Wagner 
Pediatrics 

Pediatrician-in-Chief J. Edmund Bradley 



Pathologists . 



Pediatricians . 



Preventive Medicine and Rehabilitation 
Physician-in-Chief 

Psychiatry 

Psychiatrist-in-Chief 



Psychiatrists , 



I A. H. FiNKELSTEIN 

"j Gordon E. Gibbs 
[c. loring joslin 

Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Jacob E. Finesinger 

Klaus Berblinger 
Lida C. Brown 
Enoch Callaway, HI 
Alice Chester 
William N. Fitzpatrick 
Bernard S. Gordon 
Maurice H. Greenhill 
Manfred S. Guttmacher 
Virginia Huffer 
Marvin Jaffe 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
Hans W. Loewaid 
William W. Magruder 
Marion W. Mathews 
Cesar Meza 
H. Whitman Newell 
Kent E. Robinson 
Nathan Schnaper 
Isadore Tuerk 
Roger S. Waterman 
Betsy Wooten 






Radiologist John M. Dennis 



Radiologists . 



Surgery and Surgical Specialties 
Bronchoscopy 



Bronchoscopists , 



Dental Surgery 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief . 



(Robert P. Boudreau 
Charles N. Davidson 
Henry H. Startzman 



Richard J. Cross 
John H. Hirschfeld 
Frederick T. Kyper 
Thomas D. Michael 

Brice M. Dorse y 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STKYY— Cont'd. 



Dentists . 



General Surgery 
Surgeon-in-Ch ief. 



Surgeons . 



Neurological Surgery 

Neurological Surgeon-in-Chief . 



Neurological Surgeons 

Orthopedics 

Orthopedic Surgeon-in-Chief . 



Myron S. Aisenberg 
Joseph C. Biddix 
Joseph P. Cappuccio 
Edward C. Dobbs 
Grayson W. Gaver 
Harold Golton 
Hugh R. Hicks 
Conrad L. Inman 
Ernest B. Nuttall 
Kentjeth V. Randolph 
^Wilbur O. Ramsey 

Charles Reid Edwards 

Thurston R. Adams 
Harry C. Bowie 
Otto C. Brantigan 
R. Adams Cowley 
Raymond M. Cunningham 
Harry C. Hull 
Charles A. Reipschneider 
William B. Settle 
Robert C. Sheppard 
E. Roderick Shipley 
Edwin H, Stewart 
David R. Will 
George H. Yeager 

James G. Arnold, Jr. 

JRichard G. Coblentz 
\ Raymond K. Thompson 

Allen F. Voshell 



Orthopedic Surgeons. 



[Moses Gellman 
I James P. Miller 
I Henry Ullrich 
[Milton J. Wilder 
Otolarnygology 

Otolaryngologist-in-Chief Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Proctology 

Proctologist-in-Chief Monte Edwards 

Proctologist Thurston R. Adams 

Urology 

Urologist-in-Chief W. Houston Toulson 

Howard B. Mays 
Lyle J. Millan 
Martin A. Robbins 
John D. Young 



Urologists . 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1955 

Benjamin A. Adelstein, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Robert K. Arthur, Jr., B.S., M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 

Norman M. Bacher, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

Herbert S. Bell, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Drewry C. Bondurant, B.A., M.D., Resident in Anesthesia 

Charles W. Brady, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

G. Ross Brinkley, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

John B. Codington, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Grange S. Coffin, B.S., M.D., Resident in Pediatrics 

Bernard M. Davis, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Samuel W. Deisher, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Wyand F. Doerner, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine: Veterans Administration 

Hospital, July 1, 1954 to December 31, 1954; University Hospital, January 1, 1955 

to June 30, 1955 
Nestor F. de Venecia, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
R. JuDSON Dowell, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Maria Paz Flor, D.D.M., Dental Resident 
Louis A. Fritz, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Anesthesia 
Alfredo H. Gagneten, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstrics and Gynecology 
James P. Gallaher, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
F. Sidney Gardner, Jr., B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
Robert W. Gibbes, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
William R. Greco, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
Albert R. Gutierrez, M.D., Assistant Resident in Radiology 
William A. Holbrook, B.S., M.D., Resident in Surgery 
William B. Holden, B.S., M.D., Assistant President in Psychiatry 
Virginia Huffer, B.S., M.D., Resident in Psychiatry 
L. Virginia Hunter, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Ricardo Ibanez, M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 
Dennis T. Jones, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 
Frank G. Kuehn, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
David M. Kipnis, M.D., Resident in Medicine 
John M. Krager, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Henry A. Langenfelder, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Herbert H. Leighton, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Santiago Lombana, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Rafael Longo-Cordero, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
John W. Looper, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Charles W. McGrady, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Kathleen R. McGrady, B.S., M.D., Resident in Pediatrics 
Cesar Meza, M.D., Resident in Psychiatry 

Edmund B. Middleton, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Robert A. Moore, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery: Four months 

rotating at University Hospital, Mercy Hospital and Baltimore City Hospitals; 

University Hospital, November 1, 1954 to February 28, 1955. 
Eduardo M. Morales, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Robert S. Mosser, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Sadredin Musavi, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 



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Charles G. Peagler, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

George C. Peck, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Edward C. Prevost, M.D., Resident in Gynecology 

]ost Ramirez-Rivera, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine: University Hospital, 
July 1, 1954 to December 31, 1954; Veterans Administration Hospital, January 1, 
1955 to June 30, 1955 

Henry G. Reeves, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery ^ 

G. V. Rama Row, M.B., B.S., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Jordan M. Scher, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

George Schimert, B.S., M.D., Resident in Thoracic Surgery 

James A. Sewell, M.D., Resident in Surgery 

John O. Sharett, M.D., Resident in Neurosurgery 

Charles E. Simons, Jr., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Robert T. Singleton, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine: University Hospital, 
July 1, 1954 to December 31, 1954; Veterans Administration Hospital, January 1, 
1955 to June 30, 1955 

W. Howry Slasman, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery: Four months 
rotating at University Hospital, Mercy Hospital and Baltimore City Hospitals. 
University Hospital, July 1, 1954 to October 31, 1954 

David H. Smith, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Douglas H. Smith, B.x\., M.D., Assistant Resident in Anesthesia / 

George H. Smith, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

William S. Spicer, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

W. J. Tanenbaum, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

Bate C. Toms, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Ichiro Urushizaki, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Arnold L. Vance, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Karl H. Weaver, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Israel H. Weiner, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery: Four months ro- 
tating at University Hospital, Mercy Hospital and Baltimore City Hospitals. Uni- 
versity Hospital, March 1, 1955 to June 30, 1955 

Umberto W^enzel, M.D., Assistant Resident in Psychiatry 

Francis E. Winslow, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 



ROTATING INTERNS 



John M. Allen, B.S., M.D. 
Eugene Blank, B.A., M.D. 
Charles T. Fitch, B.S., M.D. 
Robert B. Goldstein, M.D. 
Davh) C. Green, B.S., M.D. 
Thomas E. Hunt, Jr., B.A., M.D. 
Marcia M. Keller, B.S., M.D. 
Edward S. Klohr, Jr., M.D. 
David A. Levy, B.S., M.D. 
Jos£ E. Lopez, A.B., M.D. 
Mllton F. Miller. B.A.. M.D. 



M.D. 



Irvin H. Moss, A.B., M.D. 
John D. Murphy, B.A., M.D. 
Gerald F. Nangle, B.A., M.D. 
A. Gibson Packard, Jr., A.B., 
David H. Patten, A.B., M.D. 
Stanley D. Rosenthal, B.A., M.D. 
Fredric C. Schiffman, A.B., M.D. 
Ralph J. Slonim, Jr., B.A., M.D. 
J. Walter Smyth, B.S., M.D. 
William B. Stodghill, A.B., M.D. 
Harold R. Weiss. B.S., M.D. 



Robert E. Yim, B.S., M.D. 



John M. Hyson, D.D.S. 



DENTAL INTERNS 

Robert B. Litton, D.D.S. 
Eastwood G. Turlington, D.D.S. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF 



Kurt H. Nork Director 

Gynecology, Directory of Clinics 

ChieJ of Clinic 



Assistants. 



Cystoscopists, Female. 



Oncology (Gynecological Division) 
Chief of Clinic 



Assistants 

Medicine, Director of Clinics. 
Chief of Clinic 



Consultants , 



Physicians. 



Beverley C. Compton 
James H. Shell, Jr. 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
W. Allen Deckert 
Theodore Kardash 
Norman Levin 
Raymond L. Markley 
George A. Maxwell 
James H. Shell, Jr. 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Beverley C. Compton 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
James H. Shell, Jr. 
F. X. Paul Tinker 

William K. Diehl 

Beverley C. Compton 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 

Everett S. Diggs 
^ Frank K. Morris 

Theodore E. Woodward 

Joseph C. Furnari 
[T. Nelson Carey 
1 Edward F. Cotter 
I Ephraim T. Lisansky 
[Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr. 

Conrad Acton 

Robert E. Bauer 

Louis V. Blum 

M. Paul Byerly 

Jonas Cohen 

William F. Cox, III 

John B. DeHoff 

Perry Futterman* 

Marvin Goldstein 

Henry W. J. Holljes 
.' Walter Karfgin 

James R. Karns 

Kurt Levy 

Stephen Levy 

Stephen Miller 

Donald Mintzer 

Joseph Muse 

Robert T. Parker 

Leonard Schleris 

Stanley Steinback 

Willlam K. Waller 






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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— cow/V. 

Allergy, Chief oj Clink Howard M. Hubert 

, . _, . . /Irvin B. Kemick' 

AssxstaniChujs \ Jerome Sherman 

, . . „ . , [Edward S. Kallins 

Assistant AUerg^sts \ Raymond M. Lauer 

Arthritis, Chiej oj Clinic Leon A. Kochman 

Physician, Attending Joseph C. Furnari 

Cardiovascular Clinic, Chief C. Edward Leach 



Cardiologists, Assistant. 



Samuel P. Scallia 
Sidney Scherlis 
E. R. Smith 

WlLTRED H. ToWNSHEND 

Stephen J. Van Lill, III 

Cardiac Classification Unit, Chief Frances Borges 

Chest Clinic, Chief Meyer W. Jacobson 

Assistant Chief Manuel Levin 

Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic, Director Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Chief of Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

Eugene S. Bereston 
William R. Bundick 
Francis A. Ellis 

Dermatologists \ Stanley N. Jaffe 

R. C. V. Robinson 
A. Albert Shapiro 
Israel Zeligman 

f Morris M. Cohen 

Assistants -j Mark B. Hollander 

[Lee R. Lerman 

Diabetic Clinic, Chief Perry O. Futterman* 

Acting Chief Charles E. Shaw 

Assistant Frank Kuehn 

Gastro-Enterology Clinic, Chief Wm. Carl Ebeling, III 

Assistant Albert J. Shochat 

Hematology Clinic, Chief Milton S. Sacks 

Assistant Chief Stanley Miller 

Physician, Attending Irving Freeman 

Hypertensive Clinic, Chief Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr 

Assistant Chief. Francis J. Borges 

Isotope Clinic, Chief Robert E. Bauer 

Assistant Chief Joseph B. Workman 

Physician, Attending John M. Dennis 

Neurology Clinic, Chief Charles Van Buskirk 

,, , ' , A • . s f WiLLL^M L. Fearing 

Neurologists, Assistant < t-. . _ 

[Harry A. Teitelbaum 

Obstetrical Clinic, Chief of Clinic J. Huff Morrison 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— C«wi/'i. 

Harry McB. Beck 
Harry Cohen 
George H. Davis 
William A. Dodd 
Daniel Ehrlich 
Vincent DeP. Fitzpatrick 
William D. Gentry 
Theodore Kardash 
Vernon C. Kelly 
Irving P. Klemkowski 
Norman Levin 
W. K. Mansfield 
John E. Savage 
Ernest Scher 
J. K. B. E. Seegar 
James H. Shell, Jr, 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Thomas C. Webster 



Obstetricians, Assistant. 



Ophthalmology Clinic, Chief. 



Ophthalmologists, Assistant. 



J. E. Brumback, Jr. 
Richard J. Cross 
D. J. McHenry 
John C. Ozazewski 
Ruby A. Smith 
Henry B. Wilson 

Pediatric Clinic, Director A. H. Finkelstein 

Assistant Chief Samuel S. Glick 

Ruth B. Baldwin 
Melvin N. Borden 
Lester Caplan 
Miriam Day 
Garrett E. Deane 
Leon Donner 
Edward Field 
Howard Goodman 
Mary Mathews 
Willd^m a. Nierman 
Arnold Tramer 
J. Carlton Wich 



Pediatricians, Assistant. 



Cardiac Clinic (Pediatric) Chief. 
Assistant Chief 



Sidney Scherlis 

Gibson J. Wells 

(Melvin Borden 
Mary Hayleck 
Leonard Scherlis 

Chest Clinic (Pediatric) Chief Louis V. Blum 

Developmental Clinic, Chief Raymond L. Clemmens 

Seizure Clinic (Pediatric) Chief Ruth Baldwin 



Pediatricians, Assistant. 






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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— Con/'(i. 

Psychiatric Clinics, Director of Clinic Maurice H. Greenhill 

Chief of Adult Psychiatric Clinic Klaus W. Berblinger 

Chief of Child Guidance Clinic H. Whitman Newell 

Chief of Comprehensive Clinic Maurice H. Greenhell 

Joseph Bierman 
Enoch Callaway, III 
Alice Chester 
William N. Fitzpatrick 
Bernard Gordon 
Manfred S. Guttmacher 
Marvin Jaffe 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
Hans W. Loewald 
William W. Magruder 
Marion Mathews 
Kent E. Robinson 
Nathan Schnaper 
Isadore Tuerk 
Roger Waterman 
Betsey Wooten 



Psychiatrists, Assistant. 



Psychologists, A ttending . 



Surgeons, Assistant. 



(Ralph L. Dunlap 
1 Thomas D. Haupt 
1 Lester M. Libo 
[Benjamin Pope 

Radiologist, Chief John M. Dennis 

Radiologist Leonard Warres 

Surgical Clinic, Chief Robert C. Sheppard 

James N. Cianos 
William D. Lynn^ 
Karl F. Mech 
Samuel E. Proctor 
William B. Settle 
David R. Will 

Neurosurgical Clinic, Chief William H. Mosberg, Jr. 

Neurological Surgeon, Asst August Keil, Jr. 

Neurosurgical (Pediatric) Clinic, Chief Robert M. N. Crosby 

Oncology Clinic (Surgical Division) Chief Arthur G. Siwinski 

E. Eugene Covington 
John M. Dennis 
Louis E. Goodman 
J. DuER Moores 
Edward H. Stewart 



Surgical Division (Assistants) . 



Oral Surgery, Chief Brice M. Dorsey 

Assistant Chief Joseph P. Cappuccio 

Orthopedic Surgery Clinic, Chief Allen Fiske Voshell 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT— Co«/'(/. 



Orthopedic Surgeons, Asst. 



Everett D. Jones 
James P. Miller 
Robert T. Strang 
John J. Tansey 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Milton J. Wilder 
Otolaryngology, Chief Richard J. Cross 

{James J. Gerlach 
Frederick L. Stichel, Jr. 
Harold H. Weinberg 

Plastic Surgery, Chief Clarence P. Scarborough 

Proctology Clinic, Chief Monte Edwards 

{Raymond Cunningham 
John D. Rosin 
William J. Supik 

Urology Clinic, Chief John D. Young, Jr. 

John F. Hogan 

TT 1 ' , A ■ , , J LyLE J. MiLLAN 

Urologists, Assistant <,, '' . _ 

Martin A. Robbins 

Irving Scherlis 

Vascular Clinic, Chief George H. Yeager 

Assistant Chief Raymond Cunningham 

Medical Consultant Lewis P. Gundry 



OUT-PATIENT REPORT 
JANUARY 1, 1953 TO JANUARY 1, 1954 



Allergy 

Arthritis 

Cardiology 

Chest 

Child Guidance 

Dermatology 

Department "S"^ 

Diabetic 

Eye 

Gastro-Intestinal 

Genito-Urinary 

G.U.-Circumcision 

Gynecology 

Hematology 

Hypertensive 

Isotope 

Medical 



New Cases 


Referrals^ 


Re-Visits 


Total 


66 


69 


3,420 


3,525 


58 


51 


528 


637 


105 


26 


1,052 


1,183 


74 


259 


977 


1,310 


4 


9 


38 


51 


1,177 


686 


5,684 


7,547 


81 


76 


796 


953 


44 


48 


860 


952 


575 


476 


2,199 


3,251 


89 


112 


826 


1,027 


265 


220 


1,420 


1,905 


3 


59 


40 


102 


915 


180 


3,699 


4,794 


19 


24 


434 


477 





16 


12 


28 


6 


38 


33 


77 


1,248 


1,056 


5,628 


7,932 



^ A referral has already been a patient in the Out-patient Department, and has been 
referred to one of the clinics for treatment or consultation. 
' Syphilology Clinic. 



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OQT-PATIENT REPORT— Co»/'d. 



Department 


N«w Cases 


Referrals' 


Re-Visits 


Total 


Medical-Comprehensive 


45 


85 


309 


439 


Neurology 


57 


85 


331 


473 


Neuro-Surgery 


81 


172 


373 


626 


Nose and Throat 


348 


447 


1,063 


1,858 


Obstetrics 


1,391 


616 


16,469 


18,476 


Occupational Therapy 


7 


74 


1,339 


1,420 


Oncology- Gyn. 


69 


25 


830 


924 


Oncology-Surg. 


152 


1 


735 


888 


Oral Surgery 


127 


950 


769 


1,846 


Orthopedics 


688 


562 


2,521 


3,771 


Pediatrics 


2,923 


18 


8,207 


11,148 


Pediatric-Cardiology 


30 


29 


398 


457 


Pediatric-Chest 


2 


8 


61 


71 


Pediatric-Seizure 


94 


28 


427 


554 


Physiotherapy 


10 


230 


1,573 


1,813 


Plastic Surgery 


4 


9 


25 


38 


Proctology 


75 


140 


183 


398 


Psychiatry 


336 


73 


2,801 


3,210 


Psychiatry-Child Guidance 


3 





377 


380 


Surgery 


1,746 


901 


5,849 


8,496 


Tuberculosis 


7 


174 


16 


197 


Vascular 


51 


67 


404 


522 


Well Baby Clinic 


720 


12 


4,510 


5,236 



Total 



13,695 



7,839 



77,499 



99,033 



MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

Director Henry W. D. Holljes 

Assistant Director Martha Curtis 

The Medical Care Clinic of the University of Maryland is the result of a study 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland in cooperation with the 
State Planning Commission. The present Clinic, located on the third floor of 
the Out-patient Department Building, is the first of its kind in this country. 
Public assistance clients are referred to the Clinic by the Baltimore City Health 
Department and are scheduled for an initial physical examination by physicians 
aflBliated with the University of Maryland. A family physician is chosen by the 
patient from a list available at the Clinic. Copies of the individual's medical 
history and examinations are sent to the physician selected, who then becomes 
responsible for the medical care of the patient. 

The Medical Care Program is, in this way, an entirely new approach to the 
problem of the indigent patient. For the first time, he becomes the responsibility 
of a private physician. This places the practice of medicine to the indigent on a 
par with the practice of private medicine. 

After the initial examination, the Clinic functions as a diagnostic center to 



38 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

serve the needs of the neighborhood practitioner. Consultants working in the 
Medical Care Clinic are available and at present represent Medicine, Surgery, 
Gynecology and Otolaryngology. Others will be added as required. 

The Clinic functions between 8:30 and 4:30 daily. Registrations and referrals 
are conducted in the morning. Clinical examinations and consultations are held 
during the afternoon. Approximately eighty neighborhood physicians have 
agreed to work with the Medical Care Program. Twenty-five members of the 
Out-patient Department and University Hospital Staff will conduct examinations 
in the Clinic. 

The Faculty Committee on Post Graduate Education has also undertaken plans 
to provide instruction to all affiliated physicians. 

4,606 public assistance clients have been assigned to this Clinic. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 
Walter D. Wise, Chairman 

Mother M. Stella Maris Henry F. Bongardt 

Sister M. Thomas H. Raymond Peters 

Sister M. Carmel Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Sister M. Frances Louise Daniel J. Pessagno 

Sister M. Damian J. Sheldon Eastland 

Sister M. Hildegard Frank K. Morris 

Sister M. Brendan Joseph V. Jerardi 

ADVISORY BOARD OF MERCY HOSPITAL 

Henry C. Evans August B. Haneke 

Thomas B. Butler Samuel H. Hoffberger 

H. C. Byrd James W. McElroy 

Charles C. Conlon Allen W. Morton 

Clarence E. Elderkin S. Page Nelson 

Richard A. Froehlinger Thomas W. Pangborn 

William L. Galvin William F. Schmick 

MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 

Anaesthesiologist-in-Chief James Russo 

Biochemist, Clinical Charles E. Brambel 

Dentist, Consulting Conrad L. Inman 

Dentist, Chief J. D. Fusco 

Dermatologist-in-Chief Francis A. Ellis 

i Eugene S. Bereston 
William R. Bundick 
R. C. V. Robinson 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— C^m/'i. 

Diseases of the Chest, Consultant H. Vernon Langeluttig 

Gastro-Enterologist, Consultant Maurice Feldman 

Gastro-Enterologist-in-Chief William C. Ebeling 

Gastro-Enterologist, Associate Philip D. Flynn 

Gynecologist-in-Chief Frank K. Morris 

Gynecologists , 



Gynecologists, Associate. 



Gynecologists, Assistant. 



Eematologist, Clinical 

Medicine, Physician, Consulting. 
Physician-in-Chief 



Physicians 



Physicians, Associate. 



John J. Erwin 
Edward P. Smith 
George A. Strauss, Jr. 
Harry McB. Beck 
William A. Dodd 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William C. Diffy 

Vincent deP. Fitzpatrick, Jr. 
Gerald A. Galvin 
William D. Gentry, Jr. 
Harry F. Kane 
John M. Palese 
^ William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Walter K. Spelsberg 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Robert B. Tunney 
John F. Ullsperger 

H. Raymond Peters 

Maurice C. PmcoFrs 

H. Raymond Peters 

'T. Nelson Carey 
J. Sheldon Eastland 
Louis A. M. Krause 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
S. Edwin Muller 
Sol Smith 
Thomas P. Sprunt 

Bartus T. Baggott 
Wetherbee Fort 
William H. Kammer 
Henry J. L. Marriott 
John C. Osborne 
J. Emmett Qlteen 
Frederick J. Vollmer 
Hugh J. Welch 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Confd. 



Physicians, Assistant. 



Neurologist, Consulting 

Neuro-Psychiatrist-in-Chief . 



Neurologists and Psychiatrists, Associate. 



Neurological Surgeon, Consultant . 
Neurological Surgeon-in-Chief . . . 



Neurological Surgeons. . 

Obstetrician, Consulting 
Obstetrician-in-Chief . . . 



Obstetricians. 



Obstetricians, Associate. 



J. Howard Burns 
Edward L. Chambers 
E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr. 
John R. Davis, Jr. 
Maurice Feldman, Jr. 

K. W. GOLLEY 

William H. Grenzer 
Arthur Karfgin 
Frank T. Kasik, Jr. 
M. Kevin Quinn 
Donald J. Roop 
Margaret L. Sherrard 
Thaddeus C. SiwmsKi 
S. A. Tumminello 

Andrew C. Gillis 

Philip F. Lerner 

Frank Ayd, Jr. 
John C. Brickner 
George G. Merrill 
William A. Rinn 
Edward L. Suarez-Murias 
Samuel S. Wolf« 

Charles S. Bagley, Jr. 

James G. Arnold, Jr. 

John W. Chambers 
Richard B. Coblentz 
Robert N. M. Crosby 
Frank J. Otenasek 
Raymond K. Thompson 

Edward P. Smith 

John J. Erwin 

Harry McB. Beck 
William A. Dodd 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William C. Duffy 
Harry F. Kane 
Hugh B. McNally 
Frank K. Morris 

J. Brooke Boyle, Jr. 
Anthony F. DiPaula 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Robert B. Tunney 



* On leave. 






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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Cow/'i. 



Obstetricians, Assistant. 



Ophthalmologist-in-Chief 

Ophthalmologists and Otologists, Associate. 



H. Howard Burns 

Vincent deP. Fitzpatrick, Jr. 

William D. Gentry 

Walter K. Spelsberg 

F. X. Paul Tinker 

John F. Ullsperger 



Joseph V. Jeppi 
Joseph I. Kemler 
F. A. Pacienza 
M. Raskin 



Orthopedic Surgeon-in-Chief Harry L. Rogers 

Orthopedic Surgeon, Associate Henry F. Ullrich 



Orthopedic Surgeons ^ Assistant. 



(J. H. Gaskel 
Isaac Gutman 
Everett D. Jones 
[l. H. Maseritz 

{W. Raymond McKenzie 
George W. Mitchell 
Waitman F. Zinn 

Otolaryngologist and Bronchoesophagologist-in-Chief. . . Theodore A. Schwartz 



Otolaryngologists and Bronchoesophagologists, 
Associate , 



Robert Z. Berry 
Benjamin H, Isaacs 
Fayne a. Kayser 
Benjamin S. Rich 
^Arthur Ward 

{James J. Gerlach 
Harry P. Porter 
John M. Rehberger* 

Pathologist, Clinical H. T. Collenberg 

Pathologist, Consulting Hugh R. Spencer 

Pathologist-in-Chief C. Gardner Warner 

Pediatrician, Consulting Edgar B. Friedenwald 

Pediatrician~in-Chief Frederick B. Smith 

Pediatrician, Associate G. Bowers Mansdorfer 



^ On leave. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Con't. 



Pediatricians, Assistant. 



Donald D. Cooper 
Joseph M. Cordi 
Jerome Fineman 
Edward L. Frey, Jr. 
Frederick J. Helrich 
David Josephs 
Mary E. Matthews 
Israel P. Meranski 
0. Walter Spurrier 
Earl Weeks 
J. Carlton Wich 

f Edward A, Kitlowski 

1 Clarence P. Scarborough 



Proctologist-in-Chief Simon P. Brager 

Proctologist, Associate William J. Supik 

Radiologist-in-Chief Edward R. Dana 

Radiology, Supervisor Elizabeth Kenly, R.M. 



Plastic Surgeons. 



Radiology, Technicians . 



Sister M. Jane Frances 
Jean Adams 
Sara Cross 
Shirley Horner 
Ruth May, R.M. 
Elsie Morris 
Barbara Potts 



Surgeon-in-Chief Walter D. Wise 



Surgeons. 



Henry F. Bongardt 
Thomas R. Chambers 
F. L. Jennings 
Daniel J. Pessagno 
William F. Rienhoff, Jr. 



Surgeons, Associate. 



Simon H. Brager 
Raymond F. Helfrich 
Charles W. Maxson 
How^ARD B. McElwain 
James W. Nelson 
John A. O'Connor 

I. O. RiDGELY 

I. RiDGEWAY Trimble 



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Surgeons, Assistant. 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF— Con/ 'i. 

Harold P. Biehl 
Harold H. Burns 
S. DeMarco, Jr. 
Michael L. DeVincentis 
William C. Dunnigan 
William L. Garlick 
Julius Goodman 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
F. Ford Loker 
William N. McFaul, Jr. 
Kirk Moore 
Patrick C. Phelan, Jr. 
John F. Schaefer 
T. J. Touhey 
Howard L. Zupnik 

Thoracic Surgeon-in-Chief William L. Garlick 

Sister Paula Marie 
Sister M. Conrad 
Eleanor Behr 
Constance Chapman 
Geraldine Dabrzykowski 
Patricia Fogarty 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Theresa Papiri 
Ann Rogers 
Florese Samorodin 

Urologist-in-Chief Kenneth D. Legge 

WiLFORD A. CouNCILL, Jr. 

Leon K. Fargo 
Frances W. Gillis 



Technicians, Laboratory . 



Urologists, Associate. 



John S. Haines 
Joseph H. Menning 



MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 
JULY 1, 1954— JUNE 30, 1955 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Leonard G. Hamberry, A.B., M.D Co-Resident in Surgery 

William B. Rever, Jr., M.D Co-Resident in Surgery 

Fausto M. Prezioso, M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Ira B. Anderson, B.S., M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Leonard H. Flax, B.S., M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Richard E. Schindler, B.S., M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

John W. Heisse, Jr., A.B., M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Surgery 

George Schimert, B. S., M.D Resident in Thoracic Surgery 



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MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— Ctw/U 

John O. Sharrett, M.D Resident in Neurosurgery 

Robert A. Moore, Jr., A.B., M.D Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery 

(July 1, 1954-November 1, 1954) 

Israel Howard VVeiner, A.B., M.D Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery 

{November 1, 1954-Fehurary 28, 1955) 
William Howry Slasman, Jr., A.B., M.D Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery 

{March 1, 1955-June 30, 1955) 

Jacinto Gochoco, A. A., M.D Resident in Pathology 

Edward M. Barczak, M.D Resident in Gynecology 

Joseph T. Michels, B.S., M.D Resident in Obstetrics 

Robert W. O'Conner, B.S., M.D Assistant Resident in Gyn and Obs 

George H. Miller, B. S., M.D Assistant Resident in Gyn and Obs 

William G. Esmond, B. S., M.D Resident in Medicine 

Robert E. Ensor, M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

{October 15, 1954-October 15, 1955) 
Richard C. Fravel, M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

{July 1, 19540ctober 31, 1954) 
Paul van Lith, M.D Senior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

{August 1, 1954-July 31, 1955) 

George H. Beck, A.B., M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

CORBETT L. Quinn, A.B., M.D Junior Assistant Resident in Medicine 

LiBORio C. Garcia, A. A., M.D Resident in Pediatrics 

Yung-Tsing Wong, M.D Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Nicholas C. Garcia, M.D Resident in Dentistry 

Donald S. Carter, M.D Resident in Otolaryngology 

ROTATING INTERNES 

George M. Bauernschub, Jr., B.S., M.D. William P. Houpt, A.B., M.D. 

Anthony A. Bernardo, B.S., M.D. Richard A. Jones, M.D. 

Arthur G. Edwards, Jr., B.S., M.D. Hilbert M. Levine, A.B., M.D. 

O. Norman Forrest, Jr., A.B., M.D. John F. Murtaugh, Jr., A.B., M.D. 

Daniel H. Framm, B.S., M.D. Albert Pats, B.S., M.D. 

Donald A. Gillis, B.S., M.D. James H. Teeter, A.B., M.D. 

James A. Higgs, Jr., B.S., M.D. George H. Wall, B.S., M.D. 

Edward W. Hopf, B.S., M.D. Alvin J. Walters, M.D. 

MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF 

Allergy, Chief of Clinic S. Edwin Muller 

Anticoagulants, Medical Director of Clinic H. T. Collenberg 

Anticoagulants, Director of Clinic Charles E. Brambel 

Broncho-Esophagoscopist, Chief of Clinic Theodore A. Schwartz 

Robert Z. Berry 



Broncho-Esophagoscopist, A ssistants . 



James J. Gerlach 
Benjamin H. Isaacs 
Harry P. Porter 
John M. Rehberger" 
Arthur Ward 



• On leave. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF— Cow'r. 

Cardiovascular, Acting Chief of Clinic Henry J. L. Marriott 

Cardiovascular, Assistant Leon Ashman 

Diabetic, Chief of Clinic J. Sheldon Eastland 

Diabetic, Assistant J. Emmett Queen 

Dental, Chief of Clinic Joseph D. Fusco 

T^ A ' . . f Edward R. Stinebert 

Dental, Assistant < _, , , ,. 

' 1^ Robert McLean 

Dental, Consultant Conrad L. Inman 

Dermatology-Syphilis, Chief of Clinic Francis A. Ellis 

{Eugene S. Bereston 
Wm. R. Bundick 
R. C. V. Robinson 

Gastro-Enterology, Chief of Clinic Karl W. Ebeling 

Gastro-Enterology, Associate Philip D. Flynn 

Gastro-Enterology, Consultant Maurice Feldman, Sr. 

Gynecology, Chief of Clinic Frank K. Morris 

Harry McBeck 
Anthony DiPaula 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 
Willlam C. Duffy 
Vincent deP. Fitzpatrick 
Gerald A. Galvin 
William D. Gentry 
John M. Palese 
William J. Rysanek 
Walter K. Spelsberg 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
Robert B. Tunney 
John F. Ullsperger 

Medicine, Director of Clinic H. Raymond Peters 

Chiefs fS. Edwin Muller 

\SoL Smith 
Richard A. Carey 
E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr. 
John R. Davis 
Maurice Feldman, Jr. 
William H. Grenzer 
William H. Kammer 
Arthur Karfgin 

Assistants i Frank T. Kasik 

John C. Osborne 

J. Emmett Queen 

M. Kevin Quinn 

Donald J. Roop 

Margaret Sherrard-Hamberry 

Thaddeus C. Siwinski 

Frederick J. Vollmer 



Gynecology, Assistants. 



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Neurology-Psychiatry Assistants, 



Obstetrics, Assistants. 



MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF—Ctw/'i. 

Neuro-Surgery, Chief of Clinic James G. Arnold, Jr. 

fjoHN W. Chambers 

Neuro-Surgery, Associates < Frank J. Otenasek 

[Raymond K. Thompson 

Neuro-Surgery, Consultant Charles J. Bagley, Jr. 

Neurology-Psychiatry, Chief of Clinic Philip F. Lerner 

Neurology-Psychiatry, Associate George G. Merrill 

Frank J. Ayd 
John C. Brickner 
William A. Rinn 
Frederick F. Wolff' 

Neurology-Psychiatry Consultants /Andrew C. Gillis 

\ Edward L. Suarez-Murias 
Obstetrics, Chief of Clinic John J. Erwin 

Harry McB. Beck 
J. Brooke Boyle, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 
Vincent deP. Fitzpatrick 
Wm. D. Gentry 
Harry F. Kane 
Anthony DePaula 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Walter K. Spelsberg 
Robert B. Tunney 
F. X. Paul Tinker 
John F. Ullsperger 

Oncology, Chief of Clinic , James W. Nelson 

Oncology, Consultant Arthur G. Siwinski 

f Joseph V. Jeppi 

\ Frank A. Pacienza 

Ophthalmology, Consultant M. Raskin 

Orthopedics, Chief of Clinic Harry L. Rogers 

f Jason H. Gaskel 
Orthopedics, Associates |j^^^^ ^^^^^ 

Orthopedics, Assistant Everett D. Jones 

Otolaryngology, Chief of Clinic Theodore A. Schwartz 

Robert Z. Berry 
James J. Gerlach 
Benjamin H. Isaacs 
Harry P. Porter 
John M. Rehberger« 
Arthur Ward 

Pediatrics, Director of Clinic Fred B. Smith 

Pediatrics, Chief of Clinic G. Bowers Mansdorfer 



Ophthalmology, Associate. 



Otolaryngology, Assistants. 



* On leave. 



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MERCY HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT STAFF— Co«/'f/. 

Joseph Coedi 
Edward L. Frey 
David Josephs 
Frederick Heldrich 
Mary E. Matthews 
Israel T. Meranski 
G. Walter Spurrier 
Earl Weeks 
Carlton Wichs 
Pediatrics-Neurology Robert N. Crosby 



Pediatrics, Assistants . 



Physiotherapists . 



Leon Hannan 
Alice R. Hannan 



Plastic Surgery, Chief of Clinic Edward A. Kitlowski 

Plastic Surgery, Assistant Clarence P. Scarborough 

Proctology, Chief of Clinic Simon H. Brager 

Proctology, Assistant William J. Supik 

Radiology Edward R. Dana 

Thoracic Surgery, Chief of Clinic William L. Garlick 

Urology, Chief of Clinic Kenneth D. Legge 

'WlLFORD A. COUNCILL, Jr. 

L. K. Fargo 
Francis W. Gillis 



Urology, Assistants. 



Out Patient Department, Directors. 



John S. Haines 
Joseph H. Menning 

f Sister Mary Anita 
\ Sister M. Scholastica 



MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 
MERCY HOSPITAL 



Director S. Edwin Muller 

Assistant Director M. Patricia Lennon 

The Medical Care Clinic at Mercy Hospital is one of six special clinics established 
and conducted for the Baltimore City Health Department. These clinics were established 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the State Planning Commission. 
The program takes up an unmet need for the indigent. 

The City Welfare Department certifies recipients of public assistance to the Health 
Department. The Health Department in turn, assigns recipients to one of the medical 
care clinics operated by local hospitals, namely — Johns Hopkins, Sinai, University of 
Maryland, Mercy, Provident and South Baltimore. The clinic assignments are made 
primarily on a geographic basis. 

During the current year the Medical Care Clinic at Mercy Hospital is providing facil- 
ities for three thousand clients. It provides the eligible individual an initial physical 
examination, chest X-ray, bacteriological and other laboratory tests as indicated. Ar- 



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rangements are also made by the Clinic to have each client register with a family physi- 
cian of his or her choice selected from those Baltimore physicians who have agreed to par- 
ticipate in the program. The Clinic notifies the physician chosen, and sends to him a 
complete written report of the physical findings. 

The plan gives physicians an opportunity for contacts with the personnel and diagnostic 
facilities of the participating hospitals. At the request of the client's physician, consul- 
tation services of the Staff at Mercy are made available. These services include Medicine, 
Surgery, Gynecology, Urology, Orthopedics, Dermatology, Neurology and other specialties, 
together with clinical laboratory facilities. 

The Mercy Clinic is located on the 4th floor of the College Building. It includes a 
reception area, offices and examining rooms. An active personnel of Doctors, Nurses, 
Medical Technician and Medical Secretary are on duty from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 

MERCY HOSPITAL OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT REPORT 
JANUARY 



Medical Clinics 

Allergy 

Cardiac 

Chest 

Diabetes 

Gastro-Intestinal 

Medicine 

Neurology 

Skin 
Surgical Clinics 

Genito-Urinary 

Neurological Surgery 

Orthopedics 

Proctology 

Surgery, General 

Surgery, Follow Up 
Other Clinics 

Bronchoscopic 

Dental 

Eye 

Gynecology 

Medical Care 

Nose and Throat 

Pediatrics 

Physiotherapy 

Prenatal 

Postnatal 

Totals 
Special Service Departments 
Basal Metabolism Tests 
Cystoscopic Examinations 
Electrocardiographs 
X-ray Patients 



, 1953 TO JANUARY 1, 


1954 




Viiits 






New 


Old 


Total 


8 


35 


43 


52 


585 


637 


14 


78 


92 


40 


717 


757 


27 


137 


164 


676 


3,323 


3,999 


117 


688 


805 


316 


675 


991 


76 


182 


258 


40 


120 


160 


268 


509 


777 


39 


49 


88 


1,084 


2,385 


3,469 


166 


626 


792 











275 


273 


548 


360 


394 


754 


389 


1,317 


1,706 


345 





345 


528 


929 


1,457 


718 


1,784 


2,502 


30 


479 


509 


306 


2,185 


2,491 


185 
6,059 


1 


186 


17,471 


23,530 






85 






48 






229 






2,034 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 



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THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

STAFF, 1954-1955 
Parker J. McMulin, Superintendent 
Anesthesiology 

Anesthesiologist, Chief Otto Phillips 

Frank Brady 

Anesthesiologists, Visiting I Charles Hobelmann 

Alfred T. Nelson 
Theodore Stacy 

Dental Division, Chief H. Glenn Waring 

L. W. Bimestefer 
Elpidio Diaz 

B. MiKSINSKI 

J. T. Reilly 
Michael Varipatis 

Orthodonist, Visiting R. Kent Tongue 

Gynecology 

Gynecologist, Chief Beverley C. Compton 

William K. Diehl 



Dental Surgeons, Visiting. 



Gynecologists, Visiting . 



Everett S. Diggs 
Gerald Galvin 
Raymond Markley 



Medicine 

Physician-in-Chief George S. Mirick 

f Douglas Carroll 

Physicians-in-Chief, Assistant "j Francis P. Chikard 

[Howard K. Rathbun 

{Worth B. Daniels 
Orlyn H. Wood 
HiLTGUNT ZaSSENHAUS 

Ernest Cross, Jr. 
Joseph D. B. King 
Crawford Kirkpatrick 
Julius Krevans 
Milton Landowne 
William G. Speed 
Julius Waghelstein 
John G. Wiswt:ll 

Stanley Cohen 
William A. Fearing 
Samuel Legum 
Ray Liu 

Joseph C. Matchar 
Robert A. Reiter 
Daniel Wilfson 
Joseph B. Workman 



Physicians, Visiting (USPHS). 



Physicians, Visiting, OPD. 



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BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Conrd. 



Physician, Assistant Visiting 
(USPHS) 



Physicians, Consulting . 



f Joseph Falzone 
\ Felix Silverstone 

Rodger L. Black 
Alfred J. Bollet 
C. Holmes Boyd 
Joseph Bunim 

C. L. CONLEY 

A. Murray Fisher 
A. M. Harvey 
J. E. Howard 
John T. King 
L. A. M. Krause 
Louis Lasagnia 
^Theodore Woodward 

Dermatology 

Dermatologist, Visiting Raymond C. V. Robinson 

Neurology 

Neurologist, Consulting Frank Ford 

Neurologist, Visiting J. W. Magladery 

Neurologist, Assistant Visiting David B. Clark, M.D. 

Physiology (USPHS) 

Physiologist Nathan W. Shock 

Psychiatry 

Psychiatrists, Visiting 

Obstetrics 

Obstetriciati-in-Chief Louis H. Douglass 

Obstetrician, Visiting J. Morris Reese 

George VV. Anderson 
George Corner 
J. William Dorman 
Louis C. Gareis 

D. Frank Kaltreider 
John Savage 
James Shell 

Pathology 

Pathologist-in-Chief Abou D. Pollack 

Neuropathologist, Visiting John Wagner 

Pediatrics 

Pediairician-in-Chief Harold E. Harrison 

Pediatrician-in-Chief, Assistant Laurence Finberg 



f Theodore M. Feldberg 
\ Esther L, Richards 



Obstetricians, Assistant Visiting. 



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51 



BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL ^TkYY— Cont'd. 



Pediatrician, {Hospital Physician) . . . . 
Pediatrician, Consultant in Cardiology . 



Pediatricians, Visiting . 



James Chisolm, Jr. 
Helen Taussig 

Milton Markowitz 
Anthony Pearlman 
Talmadge Pinkney 
Arnold Tramer 
^Paul F. Wehrle 

Radiology 

Radiologist-in-Chief John DeCarlo 

Radiologist, Visiting Herbert B. Copeland 

Surgery 

Surgeon-in-Chief 



Otto C. Brantigan 



Surgeons, Consultant. 



Surgeons, Visiting. 



Thurston Adams 
Harry C. Bowie 
Amos Koontz 
I. Ridge WAY Trimble 

Donald Hebb 
Joseph Miller 
[James C. Owings 

Gastro-enterology, Consultant in William Eberling 

Hand Surgery, Consultant in Raymond Curtis 

f James G. Arnold 

Netiro-Surgery, Consultants in \ Richard Coblentz 

[r. K. Thompson 

Neurosurgeon, Consultant Charles Bagley 

fRoBERT M. N. Crosby 



Neurosurgeons Visiting . 



Oncologist, Visiting 

Ophthalmologist, Visiting 

Orthopedic Surgery, Consultant . 
Orthopedic Surgeon, Visiting . . . 



Orthopedic Surgeons, Asst. Visiting. . . . 



\ William Mosberg 
Arthur Siwinski 
William Marr 
Allen F. Voshell 
Milton J. Wilder 

(Isaac Gutman 
Everett D. Jones 



[John Tansey 

Otolaryngologist, Consultant John Bordley 

Otolaryngology, Consultant in Fred Kyper 

Otolaryngologist, Visiting Alfred Lieberman 

Peripheral Vascular Diseases, Con- 
sultant in George Yeager 



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BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL STAFF— Conrd. 

D, ,. c /- u 4 • /Edward A. KiTLOvvsKi 

Plastic Surgery, Consultants tn < ^ ^ ^ 

(^Clarence P. Scarborough 

Proctology, Consultant in Monte Edwards 

^, . e r- u , • \^' Adams Cowley 

Thoracic Surgery, Consultants m < ,.r ^ 

(^William Garlick 

Traumatic Surgery, Consultant in C. A. REiFSCHNEroER 

{Hugh Jewett 
Howard B. Mays 
John D. Young 

Urologist, Visiting Herman J. Meisel 

Tuberculosis 

Physician-in-Chief H. Vernon Langelutting 

Physician-in-Chief, Assistant Edmund G. Beacham 

fMuTLU Atagun 

Hospital Physicians-Tbc I Herman Schaerf 

[ Samuel Segall 

Visiting Physician-Ths John Hlrscheeld 

Assistant Visiting Physician-Thc M. W. Jacob son 

BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

RESIDENT AND INTERNE STAFF 1954r-1955 

Anesthesiology 

1st Assistant Resident Alejzndro Gayoso 

Gynecology 

Resident Francis Bazin 

A . , , r> -J M /YvES BOENNEC 

Assistant Residents <^ _,t^ 

(^ Oliver B. Davenport 

Medicine 

Resident Barnett Berman 



Assistant Residents (Neuro) , 



Assistant Residents. 



f Matthew Atkinson 
\Flaviu Romanul 

Perry Austin 

George Buchanan 

Gordon Cader — from Jan. 1, 1955 

Roy Chestnut 

Wilson Lo 

Eleanor McGarry 

John C. Morgan— to Dec. 31, 1954 

Melvin Rosenthal 

Miriam Rosenthal 

Irwin Stoloff 



Interns 



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BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF— Cont'd. 

Marcel Baltzan 
John Baum 
Jules Edlow 
Ataollah Golpira 
Calvin Hughes 
John Ireland 
Mason Lord 
WiLLMM Miller 
automina sidorowica 
^Gerald Weintraub 

Obstetrics 

Resident Louis Mould 

f Henry Aldis 

Assistant Residents < Rafael Garcia 

[Guillerma S. Naval 

^ , /Nuran Turksoy 

Interns <,. _, 

[Manuel Rocha 

Pathology 

Resident Francis Gyorkey 

Assistant Resident John C. Morgan — from Jan. 1, 1955 

Pediatrics 

Resident OPD Huguette Salti 



AMES Barnes 

..,,„.,, . Carl Brennan 

Assistant Residents \ . „ 

Alvin Stambler 



(J 



Interns . 



[Martha Mann 

Yahya Berkmen 

Hannelore Heineberg 

Mehdi Mackia — to Jan. 1, 1955 

Erika Wietchuchter — from Jan. 1, 1955 

Maria Carlini 

Radiology 

Resident , . Bhasker Desai 

Assistant Resident Jayker Pandya 

Intern Louis Sod — from Aug. 1, 1954 

Surgery 

^ D . , , f John Haynes 

Co-Residents < i. .^ 

(Jahnageer Nouri 

1,4 • i i E> -J I f John Coles, III 

1st Assistant Residents.^ \i^ ' 

(Frederick Panico 

^ J J, . , , n .J , /Fernando Alonso-Let 

2nd Assistant Residents < „, . ^ ^ 

William A. Kessler 



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BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF— Cont'd 

f Israel Weiner — July-November 

Assistant Residents (Neuro) I William Slasman — December-February 

[Robert Moore — March- June 

Resident in Thoracic Surgery George Schimert 

Albert Benshimol 



Junior Assistant Residents. 



Lewis Clough 

Mohamed Kakvan 

George Pipis 

Odilio da Silva 

Felicien Steichen — from Oct. 1, 1954 



Tuberculosis 

Resident Hans Kumar 

Assistant Resident Violet Hemminger 

Dental Division 

Resident Edmundo B. Nery 

Interne Alejandro Cunanan 

Lourdes Aguto 
Kathleen Carney 
< Jean Coyle 
Annelies Fries 
Victor Ortiz 



Rotating Internes . 



THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF MARYLAND FOR 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

STAFF, 1954-1955 
Surgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D. 

Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D. 
Harry L. Rogers, M.D. 
Henry F. Ullrich, M.D. 
Winthrop M. Phelps, A.B., M.D. 
Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 
David L. Filtzer, M.D. 
James P. Miller, M.D. 
Robert C. Abrams, M.D. 
Isaac A. Gutman, M.D. 
John J. Tansey, M.D. 



Associate Orthopaedic Surgeons . 



Roentgenologist. 



f Everett D. Jones, M.D. 
\jOHN de Carlo, Jr., M.D. 



Plastic Surgeon Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D. 

Aurist and Laryngologist Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D. 

Dentist M. E. Coberth, D.D.S. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 55 

KERNAN HOSPITAL STAFF— Cont'd. 

Cardiologist Helen M. Taussig, M.D. 

Pediatrist Melchijah Spragins, M.D. 

Consulting Surgeon Charles Redd Edwards, A.B., M.D. 

Consulting Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

, . ^ , . [Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D. 

Co«sulhng DermaMoiuls |j_EON Ginsbubg, M.D. 

„ , . ,T , • [Irving T. Spear, M.D. 

Consulttng Neurologists ^^ ^ 5^^^^^^^ ^^ 

_ , . „ -. . ^ [Benjamin Tapp an, A.B., M.D. 

ConsulUn Pedtairuts j^ ^^^^ m^^z^, M.D. 

Consulting Pathologist . . Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 

Consulting Roentgmologist Henry J. Walton, M.D. 

Eli M. Lippman, M.D. 



Resident Orthopaedic Surgeon . ,,^ 

^ \Ralph a. Reilly, M.D. 

Superintendent Miss Maud M. Gardner, R.N. 

Dispensary and Social Service Nurse Mrs. Evelyn Byrd Zapf, R.N. 

[Miss Nancy R. Butler 

X-ray Technicians | Miss Julia A. Collins 

[Mrs. Georgiana Wisong 

Physical Therapists Wtt.lt am Neill, III 

Instructor in Grammar School Miss Bertha Sendelback 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

The present School of Medicine, with the title University of Maryland School 
of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons, is the result of a consoHda- 
tion and merger of the University of Maryland School of Medicine with the 
Baltimore Medical College (1913) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore (1915). 

Through the merger with the Baltimore Medical College, an institution of 
thirty- two years' growth, the facihties of the School of Medicine were enlarged in 
faculty, equipment and hospital connection. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons was incorporated in 1872, and estab- 
hshed on Hanover Street in a building afterward knowTi as the MaternitS, the 
first obstetrical hospital in Mar>'land. In 1878 union was effected with the 
Washington University School of Medicine, in existence since 1827, and the college 
was removed to Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Through the consolidation with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medical control of the teaching beds in 
the Mercy Hospital was obtained. 

The School of Medicine of the University of Marj^land is one of the oldest foun- 
dations for medical education in America, ranking fifth in point of age among the 



56 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

medical colleges of the United States. It was organized in 1807 and chartered 
in 1808 under the name of the College of Medicine of Maryland, and its first 
class was graduated in 1810. In 1812 the College was empowered by the Legisla- 
ture to annex three other colleges or faculties: Divinity, Law, and Arts and 
Sciences ; and the four colleges thus united were "constituted an University by the 
name and under the title of the University of Maryland." 

The original building of the Medical School at the N. E. comer of Lombard and 
Greene Streets was erected m 1812. It is the oldest structure m this country 
from which the degree of doctor of medicine has been granted annually since its 
erection. In this building were founded one of the first medical Ubraries and one 
of the first medical school libraries in the United States. 

At this Medical School dissection was made a compulsory part of the curriculum, 
and mdependent chairs for the teaching of gynecology and pediatrics (1867), and 
of ophthalmology and otology (1873), were installed for the first time in America. 

This School of Medicine was one of the first to provide for adequate clmical 
instruction by the erection of its own hospital in 1823. In this hospital intramural 
residency for senior students was established for the first time. 

The School of Medicine has been co-educational since 1918. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

The original medical building at the N. E comer of Lombard and Greene 
Streets houses the office of the Dean, Room 101, the office of the Committee on 
Admissions, Room 102, two lecture halls, the faculty room and office of the assist- 
ant business manager. 

The Administration Building, to the east of the original building, contains the 
Baltimore offices of the Registrar and two lecture halls. 

The laboratory building at 31 South Greene Street is occupied by the depart- 
ments of Pathology, Bacteriology and Biochemistry 

The Frank C. Bressler Research Laboratory provides the departments of 
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Clinical 
Pathology with facilities for teaching and research. It also houses the research 
laboratories of the clinical departments, animal quarters, a laboratory for teaching 
Operative Surgery, a lecture hall and the Bressler Memorial Room. 

This building was erected in 1939-1940 at 29 South Greene Street opposite the 
University Hospital. It was built with funds left to the School of Medicine by 
the late Frank C. Bressler, an alumnus, supplemented by a grant from the Federal 
government. The structure, in the shape of an I, extends east from Greene 
Street, just north of the original buildmg. 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 

The Medical Library of the University of Maryland, founded in 1813 by the 
purchase of the collection of Dr. John Crawford, now numbers 35,000 volumes and 
several thousand pamphlets and reprints. Over four hundred of the leading 
medical journals, both foreign and domestic, are received regularly. The library 
is housed in Davidge Hall, in close proximity to classrooms and laboratories, and 
is open daily for the use of members of the faculty, the student body and the 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 57 

profession generally. Libraries pertaining to particular phases of medicine are 
maintained by several departments of the medical school. 

The library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and tbe Welch 
Medical Library are open to students of the medical school without charge. 
Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free 
Library. 

OUT PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

The Out Patient Department is located on the S.W. corner of Lombard and 
Greene Streets. The building was originally the University Hospital. It has 
been remodeled to provide space and facilities for more than thirty clinics, the 
departments of X-ray, a Pharmacy, Laboratory and other ancillary services. 
Admission policies are predicated upon the teaching requirements of the School of 
Medicine and the ward services of the University Hospital. 

A close liaison is maintained with the City Health Department through the joint 
efforts of the University Hospital and the City Department of Health in main- 
taining the Well Baby Clinic, the Western Health District and the Medical Care 
Clinic, which are housed in the Out Patient Department building. 

The Department of Art and the Department of Dental Anatomy also have 
quarters in the Out Patient Department building. 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

The Univeisity Hospital, which is the property of the Un verb ty of Mi.ry!and, 
is the oldest institution for the care of the sick in the state of Maryland. It was 
opened in September 1823, under tbe name of the Baltimore Infirmary, and at 
that time consisted of but four wards, one of which was reserved for patients with 
diseases of the eye. 

In 1933-1934 the new University Hospital was erected and patients were 
admitted to this building in November 1934. The new hospital is situated at the 
southwest comer of Redwood and Greene Streets, and is consequently opposite 
the medical school buildings. The students, therefore, are in close proximity 
and Httle time is lost in passing from the lecture halls and laboratories to the 
clinical facilities of the new building. 

This new building, with its modem planning, makes a particularly attractive 
teaching hospital and is a very valuable addition to the clinical facilities of the 
medical school. 

The new hospital has a capacity of 435 beds and 65 bassinets devoted to general 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and the various medical and surgical 
specialties. 

The teaching zone extends from the second to the eighth floor and comprises 
wards for surgery, medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, and a large clinical lecture hall. 
There are approximately 270 beds available for teaching. 

The space of the whole north wing of the second floor is occupied by the de- 
partment of roentgenology. The east wing houses clinical pathology and special 
laboratories for clinical microscopy, biochemistry, bacteriology, and an especially 
well appointed laboratory for students' training. The south wing provides space 
for clectro-cardiographic and basal metabolism departments, with new and very 



58 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

attractive air-conditioned or oxygen therapy cubicles. The west wing contains 
the departments of rhinolaryngology and bronchoscopy, industrial surgery, and 
male and female cystoscopy. 

The third and fourth floors each provide two medical and two surgical wards. 
The fifth floor contains two wards for pediatrics, and on the sixth floor there are 
two wards for obstetrics. Each ward occupies the space of one wing of the 
hospital. 

On the seventh floor is the general operating suite, the delivery suite, and the 
central supply station. The eighth floor is essentially a students' floor and affords 
a mezzanine over the operating and delivery suites, and a students' entrance to 
the clinical lecture hall. 

In the basement there is a very well appointed pathological department with a 
large teaching autopsy room and its adjunct service of instruction of students in 
pathological anatomy. 

The hospital receives a large number of accident patients because of its prox- 
imity to the largest manufacturing and shipping districts of the city. 

The obstetrical service provides accommodation for 40 ward patients and 
assures the student abundant obstetrical training. During the year endmg De- 
cember 31st 1952, 3160 patients were delivered and discharged. Of these, 2220 
were service cases and available for teaching. Each member of the graduating 
class participated in an average of 11 deliveries in addition to those he attended 
at Baltimore City Hospitals as a junior student. 

The dispensaries associated with the University Hospital and the Mercy Hospi- 
tal are organized upon a uniform plan in order that the teaching may be the same 
in each. Each dispensary has the following departments: medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, ophthalmology, otology, genito-urinar>', gynecology, gastroenterology, 
neurology, orthopaedics, pr<jclology, dermatology, laryngology, rhinology, car- 
diology, tuberculosis, psychiatry, oral surgery and oncology. 

All students in their junior year work each day during one-third of the year 
in the departments of medicine and surgery of the dispensaries. In their senior 
year, all students work one hour each day in the special departments. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

Mercy Hospital traces its history back to the foundation of the Washington 
School of Medicine in 1824. In 1872 a few members of this institution founded 
a new school, which became the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Baltimore. 

Washington School of Medicine opened a dispensar>^ and a small hospital at 
the corner of Saratoga and Calvert Streets and named it the Baltimore City 
Hospital. This building served both as a hospital and a medical school. In 
1874 the Sisters of Mercy, upon the invitation of Washington School of Medicine, 
assumed responsibility for the Nursing Services of the hospital. In 1876, Wash- 
ington University merged with the College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

The Sisters of Mercy with the assistance of the Faculty of the College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons laid the cornerstone of the present hospital building in 1888. 
Smce then the growing demands for more space have compelled the erection of 
addition after addition until now it accommodates 356 patients. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 59 

In 1909 the name of the Baltimore City Hospital was changed to Mercy Hos- 
pital. 

The clinical material in the free wards is under the exclusive control of the 
University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
One hundred ninety-three beds are allotted for teaching purposes. 

During the year ending December 31, 1953, there were 12,814 general admissions, 
23,530 dispensary visits, 2,330 obstetrical deliveries, and 13,613 emergency visits 
in the Accident Department. 

The departments of Anesthesia, Pathology and Roentgenology are full time, 

Mercy Hospital founded its School of Medical Technology in 1932. It is ap- 
proved by the Council of Medical Education and Hospitals of the American So- 
ciety of Clinical Pathologists. 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

The clinical facilities of the School of Medicine have been largely increased by 
the liberal decision of the Department of Public Welfare to allow the use of the 
wards of these hospitals for medical education. The autopsy material also is 
available for student instructif^n. 

Members of the junior class make daily visits to these hospitals for clinical 
instruction in medicine, surgery, and the specialties. 

The Baltimore City Hospitals consist of the following separate divisions: 
The General Hospital, 420 beds, 80 bassinets. 
The Hospital for Chronic Cases, 500 beds. 
The Hospital for Tuberculosis, 440 beds. 
Infirmary (Home for Aged) 425 beds. 
Out Patient Department. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF 
MARYLAND FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

This institution is situated on an estate of 75 acres at Dickeyville. The site 
is within the northwestern city Hmits and of easy access to the city proper. 

The location is ideal for the treatment of children, in that it affords all the ad- 
vantages of sunshine and country air. 

A hospital unit, complete in every respect, ofiers all modern facilities for the 
care of any orthopaedic condition in children. 

The hospital is equipped with 80 beds — endowed, and city and state supported. 

The orthopaedic dispensary at the University liospital is maintained in closest 
affiliation and cares for the cases discharged from the Kernan Hospital. The 
physical therapy department is very well equipped with modern apparatus 
and trained personnel. OccupationaJ therapy has been fully established and 
developed under trained technicians. 

THE BALTIMORE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

This institution was first organized and operated in 1882 as an outgrowth of the 
Baltimore Eye and Ear Dispensary, which closed on June 14, 1882. The name 



60 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

then given to the new hospital was The Baltimore Eye and Ear Charity Hospital. 
It was located at the address now known as 625 W. Franklin St. The out-patient 
department was opened on September 18, 1882 and the hospital proper on 
November 1 of the same year. In 1898 a new building afforded 24 free beds 
and 8 private rooms; by 1907 the beds numbered 47; at present there are 60 beds, 
29 of which are free. In 1922 the present hospital building at 1214 Eutaw Place 
was secured and in 1926 the dispensary was opened. In 1928 a cHnical laboratory 
was installed. During 1953 the out-patient visits numbered 22,449. 

Through the kindness of the Hospital Board and Staff, our junior students 
have access to the dispensary which they visit in small groups for instruction in 
ophthalmology. 

LUTHERAN HOSPITAL OF MARYLAND INC. 

The Lutheran Hospital of Maryland Inc., originally organized in 1923 as the 
West Baltimore General Hospital, is a general hospital of 191 adult beds and 43 
bassinets, located in the western section of the city. The hospital became an af- 
filiate of the School of Medicine in 1953. 

The Lutheran Hospital of Maryland offers an academic postgraduate program 
in the major specialties of medicine, surgery, gynecology, and obstetrics, being 
fully approved by the respective American Boards. A postgraduate teaching pro- 
gram of lectures and clinics is an integral part of the residency training. The 
hospital provides modern laboratory and library facilities, particularly adapted 
to postgraduate medical education. An adequate clinical service is maintained 
for training in the medical and surgical specialties. All academic programs are 
under the supervision of a Director of House Officer Training. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION 

When to apply: 

Applications must be filed during the period from September 15 to January 15 
for the subsequent September class. 

Where to apply: 

Requests for application forms should be sent to the Committee on Admissions, 
School of Medicine, University of Maryland, 522 West Lombard Street, Baltimore 
1, Maryland. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING 

Students who have attended approved medical schools are eligible to file ap- 
plications for admission to the second- and third-year classes only. These ap- 
plicants must be prepared to meet the current first-year entrance requirements in 
addition to presenting acceptable medical school credentials, and a medical school 
record based on courses which are quantitatively and qualitatively equivalent to 
similar courses in this school. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 61 

Application to advanced standing is made in accordance with the instructions 
accompanying the application form. 

Persons who already hold the degree of Doctor of Medicine will not be admit- 
ted to the Medical School as a candidate for that degree from this university. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 
The minimum requirements for admission to the School of Medicine are: 

(a) Graduation from an approved secondary school, or the awarding of a high 

school equivalency certificate by a state or county board of public educa- 
tion, and 

(b) Three academic years of acceptable college credit, exclusive of physical edu- 

cation and military sciences, earned in colleges of arts and sciences, 
whose names occur in the current list of "Approved Colleges of Arts and 
Sciences" as compiled by the Council on Medical Education and Hos- 
pitals of the American Medical Association. The quantity and quality 
of this course of study shall be equivalent to that required for recommen- 
dation by the institution where the college courses are being, or have 
been, pursued. 

(c) The following courses and credits in required basic subjects must be 

completed by June of the year the applicant desires to be admitted: 

Semester hours Quarter kourt 

General biology or zoology *(6) 8 *(9) 12 

Inorganic chemistry *(6) 8 *(9) 12 

Organic chemistry 6-8 9-12 

General physics ♦(6) 8 *(9) 12 

English 6 9 

Modern language (German, French, Spanish) . . 6 9 

* Consideration will be given applicants from the New England area where 6 semester 
hours, or 9 quarter hours, is the standard credit for a science course. 

(d) The total semester-hour or quarter-hour credits presented must be equiv- 

alent in quantity and quality to three-fourths of the credit requirement 
for graduation by the recommending institution, exclusive of courses in 
physical education and military sciences. 
Applicants who are unable to complete these requirements by June of the 
year admission is desired, will be considered contingent on places being 
available, provided all basic required courses and credits shall have been 
absolved by June as indicated in (c) above. 

(e) Students will not be admitted who have unabsolved conditions or failures 

in college courses. 



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UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 



Elective courses should be selected from the following three groups, 
desirable courses are shown in bold face type. 



Highly 



Hwnanities 

English (an advanced 
course in English 
composition should 
be taken, if possible) 

Scientific German or 
French (A reading 
knowledge of either 
language is desirable, 
although German is 
preferred) 

Philosophy 



Natural Sciences 
Vertebrate Embryol- 
ogy 
Comparative Vertebrate 

Anatomy 
Quantitative Analysis 
Physical Chemistry 
Mathematics 



Social Sciences 
Economics 
History 

Political Science 
Psychology (a general 

course is desirable) 
Sociology, etc. 



Careful attention should be given the selection of elective courses in the 
natural sciences. It is suggested that the elective list given herewith be used as 
a guide. The remainder of college credits should be accumulated from courses 
designed to promote a broad cultural development. Thirty six semester hours 
in the humanities and social sciences are recommended in a three-year col- 
lege course. Students should avoid taking courses in college which are included 
in the medical curriculum, for example histology, human anatomy, bacteriology, 
physiology, neurology and physiological chemistry. 

It is not intended that these suggestions be interpreted as restrictions upon 
the education of students who manifest an aptitude for the natural sciences or as 
limitations upon the development of students who plan to follow research work in 
the field of medicine. 

In accepting candidates for admission, preference will be given to those appli- 
cants who have acceptable scholastic records in secondary school and college, 
satisfactory scores in the Medical College Admission Test, given in May each 
year, favorable letters of recommendation from their premedical committees, or 
from one instructor in each of the departments of biology, chemistry, and 
physics, and who in other respects give promise of becoming successful students 
and physicians of high standing. 

Those candidates for admission who are permanently accepted will receive 
a certificate of matriculation from the office of the Dean. 



COMBINED COURSE IN ARTS AND SCIENCES AND MEDICINE 

A combined seven years' curriculum leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Science and Doctor of Medicine is offered by the University of Maryland. The 
first three years are taken in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences at Col- 
lege Park, and the last four years in the School of Medicine in Baltimore. (See 
University catalogue for details of quantitative and qualitative college course 
requirements.) 



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If a candidate for the combined degree completes the work of the first year in 
the School of Medicine with an average of C or better without failures, and if he 
has absolved the quantitative and qualitative college requirements set up by the 
University, he is eligible to recommendation by the Dean of the School of Medicine 
that the degree of Bachelor of Science be conferred. 

Because the general commencement usually takes place before the School of 
Medicine is prepared to release grades of the first-year class, this combined degree 
of Bachelor of Science is conferred at the commencement following the candidate's 
second year of residence in the School of Medicine. 

STATE MEDICAL STUDENT QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey or New York, should apply to their respective state boards of 
education for medical student qualifying certificates (Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey) or approval of applications for medical student qualifying certificates 
(New York). 

Those students who are accepted must file satisfactory State certificates in the 
office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exceptions will be made to this requirement. 

Addresses of the State Certifying Offices 

Director of Credentials Section, Pennsylvania Department of Public In- 
struction, Harrisbufg, Pa. 

Chief of the Bureau of Credentials, New Jersey Department of Public In- 
struction, Trenton, N. J. 

Supervisor of Qualifying Certificates, The State Education Department, 
Examinations and Inspections Division, Albany, N. Y. 

DEFINITION OF RESIDENCE AND NON-RESIDENCE 

Students who are minors are considered to be resident students if at tlie time of 
their registration their parents have been domiciled in this State for at least one 
year. 

The status of the residence of a student is determined at the time of his first 
registration in the University, and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, 
in the case of a minor, his parents move to and become legal residents of the State 
by maintaining such residence for at least one full year. However, the right of the 
minor students to change from a non-resident to resident status must be estab- 
lished by him prior to the registration period for any semester. 

Adult students are considered to be resident if at the time of their registration 
they have been domicilied in this State for at least one year provided such resi- 
dence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in Maryland or 
elsewhere. 

The word domicile as used in this regulation shall mean the permanent place of 
abode For the purpose of this rule only one domicile may be maintained. 



64 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

CURRENT FEES 

Application fee $7 . 50 

Matriculation fee (paid once) 10.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Residents of Maryland 450.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Non-Residents , 700.00 

Laboratory fee (each year) 25.00 

Student health service fee (each year) 30.00 

Student activities and service fee (each year) 20.00 

fLodging and meals fee 20.00 

Graduation fee 15.00 

Re-examination fee (each subject) 5.00 

Transcript fee to graduates. First copy gratis, single copies thereafter.. 1.00 
Late registration fee 5 .00 

t Senior Students will be billed for this fee, covering lodging and meals for a two-week 
period while on obstetrical service at Baltimore City Hospitals. This fee must be paid 
by all senior students whether or not they serve during the previous summer or dur- 
ing the academic year. 

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES 

No fees are returnable. 

Make all checks or money orders payable to the "University of Maryland". 

When offering checks or money orders in payment of tuition and other fees, 
students are requested to have them drawn in the exact amount of such fees. 
Personal checks whose face value is in excess of the fees due will be accepted for 
collection only. 

Acceptance. — Payment of the matriculation fee of $10.00 and of a deposit on 
tuition of $50.00 is required of accepted applicants before the expiration date 
specified in the offer of acceptance. This remittance will be credited upon 
registration to the first semester charges. Li the event of withdrawal before regis- 
tration the $10.00 matriculation fee will be retained by the School of Medicine 
and the $50.00 advance deposit will be returned on request. 

Registration. — All students, after proper certification, are required to register 
at the business ofi5ce. Gray Laboratory. All students are expected to complete 
their registration, including the payment of bills prior to or on regular registration 
days. Those who do not complete their registration on the prescribed days will 
be charged a fee of $5.00. 

One-half of the tuition fee and all of the following — the laboratory fee, the 
student health fee, the maintenance and service fee and the student activities fee 
are payable on the date specified for registration for the first semester. 

The remainder of the tuition fee shall be paid on the date designated for the 
payment of fees for the second semester. Fourth year students shall pay the 
graduation fee, in addition, at this time. 

PENALTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES 

If semester fees are not paid in full on the specified registration dates, a penalty 
of $5.00 will be added. 



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If a satisfactory settlement, or an agreement for settlement, is not made with 
the business office within ten days after a payment is due, the student automatically 
is debarred from attendance on classes and will forfeit the other privileges of the 
School of Medicine. 

REEXAMINATION FEE 

A student who is eligible to reexaminations must pay the business office $5.00 for 
each subject in which he is to be examined, and he must present the receipt to the 
faculty member giving the examination before he will be permitted to take the 
examination. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE FEE 

This fee pays for the use of clothing lockers, provides library privileges, main- 
tains student loan collections, a student lounge and cafeteria. It supports a rec- 
reational program for students of all classes and provides photographs for identifi- 
cation for all school purposes, including state boards. It supports the activities 
of the Student Council. A portion ($5) of this fee provides a year-book for each 
medical student. 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

James R. Karns, M.D Director, Student Health Service. 

The Medical School has made provision for the systematic care of undergraduate 
medical students according to the following plan: 

1. Preliminary Examination — All new students will be examined during the 
first week of the semester. Notice of the date, time, and place of the examination 
will be announced to the classes and on the bulletin board. The passing of this 
physical examination is necessary before final acceptance of any student. 

2. Medical Attention — Students in need of medical attention will be seen by 
the director, Dr. James R. Karns, in his office on the 8th floor University Hospital 
at 12 m. daily, except Saturday and Sunday. In case of necessity, students will 
be seen at their homes. 

3. Hospitalization — If it becomes necessary for any student to enter the hospital 
during the school year, the school has arranged for the payment of part or all of his 
hospital expenses, depending on the length of his stay and special expenses incur- 
red. This applies only to students admitted through the school physician's office. 

4. Physical Defects — Prospective students are advised to have any known 
physical defects corrected before entering school in order to prevent loss of time 
which later correction might incur. 

5. Eye Examination — Each new matriculant is required to undergo an eye 
examination at the hands of an oculist (Doctor of Medicine) within the three 
months immediately preceding his entrance to the School of Medicine. Long 
study hours bring out unsuspected eye defects which cause loss of time and ineffi- 
ciency in study if not corrected before school work is under way. 

6. Limitations — It is not the function of this service to treat chronic conditions 
contracted by students before admission, nor to extend treatment to acute condi- 
tions arising in the period between academic years, unless the school physician 
recommends this service. 



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GENERAL RULES 

The right is reserved to make changes in the curriculum, the requirements for 
graduation, the fees and in any of the regulations whenever the university 
authorities deem it expedient. 

GRADING SYSTEM 
Official grades are designated by these symbols: 

Symbol Scholarship Numerical Equivalent 

A Superior 93-100 

B Good 87- 92 

C Fair 80- 86 

D Passing 75- 79 

F Failure Below 75 

I Incomplete — 

WF Withdrew, failing — 

The class standing of seniors only will be released. This standing will appear 
on senior grade reports sent out from the Registrar's office after graduation. 

ADVANCEMENT AND GKADUATION 

1 . No medical student will be permitted to begin work for credit in any semester 
of any year who reports for classes later than one week after classes begin, except 
by permission of the Dean. 

2. No student will be permitted to advance with unabsolved failures. 

3. An average of C or better without failures in the year most recently com- 
pleted is required for advancement to junior and senior standing and for grad- 
uation. 

4. A student who in any one year has one failure together with grades of D 
in all other subjects, will be dropped from the rolls. 

5. A student who has failures in two completed major subjects will be dropped 
from the rolls. 

6. Students are required to attend all scheduled classes. 

7. Should a student be required to repeat any year in any course, he must pay 
regular fees. 

8. A student failing his final examinations for graduation at the end of the fourth 
year will be required to repeat the entire course of the fourth year and take exam- 
inations in such other branches as may be required, provided he is permitted to 
enter the school as a candidate for graduation. 

9. The general fitness of a candidate for advancement and for graduation as 
well as the results of his examinations will be taken into consideration by the 
faculty. 

EQUIPMENT 

10. At the beginning of the first year, all freshmen must provide themselves 
with microscopes of a satisfactory type equipped with a mechanical stage and a 



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substage lamp. Also, each freshman must possess a complete set of dissecting 
instruments. 

A standard microscope made by Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Zeiss or Spencer 
fitted with the following attachments, meets the requirements. 

16 mm., lOx, 0.25 N.A. — 4.9 mm. working distance. 

4 mm., 43x, 0.65 N.A. — 0.6 mm. working distance. 

1.8 mm., 97x, oil immersion, 1.25 N.A. — 0.13 mm. working distance. 

Oculars: lOx and 5x. Huygenian eyepieces. 

Triple nose pieces with 16 mm., 4 mm., and 1.9 mm. 125 N.A. oil immersion lens. 

Wide aperture stage with quick screw condenser and built on, but detachable, 
ungraduated mechanical stage. Substage condenser, variable focusing type 1.25 
N.A. with iris diaphragm. A rack and pinion focusing device is preferred. Mir- 
ror-plane on one side, concave on the other. A carrying case is recommended. 

Students are cautioned with respect to the purchase of used or odd-lot micro- 
scopes since some older instruments were equipped with a 4 mm. (high dry) 
objective whose N.A. is marked as 0.85 N.A. This objective has such a short 
working distance (0.3 mm.) that it is difficult or impossible to focus through thick 
cover glasses or the standard haemocytometer cover glass without breakage. All 
used microscopes are subject to inspection and approval by the Division of Mi- 
croscopic Anatomy. Microscopes to be inspected should be brought to Room 209 
second floor Bressler Research Laboratory, 29 S. Greene Street before September 
10. This inspection is not usually made during August. 

11. Students in the second year class are required to provide themselves with 
stethoscopes, haemocytometers, sphygmomanometers, ophthalmoscopes and oto- 
scopes. Third and fourth year students are required to provide themselves with 
short white lapel coats. Three button, 8 ounce sanforized duck are satisfactory. 

STATE QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

12. Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey or New York must file State qualifying certificates in 
the office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exception will be made to this rule. 

EYE EXAMINATION BEFORE ADMISSION 

13. Each new matriculant in each class is required to present to the Committee 
on Admissions a certificate from an oculist, (a graduate in medicine) that the 
matriculate's eyes have been examined under a cycloplegic and are in condition, 
with or without glasses as the case may be, to endure the strain of close and in- 
tensive reading. 

It is required that this examination be completed within three months prior to 
registration and that the certificate be mailed to the Committee on Admissions 
not later than one month before registration. 



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AWARDING OF COMBINED DEGREES 

14 Students entering the School of Medicine on a three-year requirement basis 
from colleges which usually grant a degree on the successful completion of the first 
year of medicine, are restricted by the following regulations: 

a — The candidate must present a certificate from his college or university that 
he has absolved the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements 
for this degree, 
b — The candidate must acquire an average of C or better without failures for 

the work of his first year in the School of Medicine. 
c — The Dean of the School of Medicine reserves the right to withhold his 
recommendation that a bachelor's degree be conferred at a commencement 
which occurs before the ofl5cial release of first-year medical grades. 

COST OF TRANSCRIPTS 

15. Graduates \vill receive the first transcript of record without charge. After 
the first copy has been issued single copies will cost one dollar. \Vhen two or more 
copies are requested at the same time the first copy will cost one dollar, ad- 
ditional copies fifty cents each. Requests for transcripts must be filed with the 
Registrar's Office, University of Maryland, 522 West Lombard Street, Baltimore-1, 
Maryland. 

CHANGE OF ADDRESS 

16. Students are required to give the Dean's Office prompt notice of change in 
address, 

PARKING 

17. Students are not permitted to use the university parking lots. 

HOUSING 

There are no housing or living accommodations on the campus of the medical 
school. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS 
Loan Regulations 

Loan periods have been worked out according to demand for and protection of 
different types of material. 

Two-Week Loans: All books except those on reserve. 

07te-Week Loans: All journals except the latest number (which does not 

circulate), and those on reserve. 

Overnight Loans: Books and journals on reserve, 

(4p.m.-l2:30a.mO 

Special Rules for Books on Reserve: 

Students whose names appear on the dieck-list for the Mercy Hospital section 
will be granted the necessary hours to return reserve books. 



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Overnight books may be reserved in advance only within the week in which they 
will be used. Books may be reserved on Saturday for the following Monday. 
Overnight books may not be reserved two successive nights by the same person. 
Advance reserves will be held until one hour before closing. 

Fines 

Fines are imposed not to acquire money, but to assure equal access to books. 
Two-Week Loans: 5 ^ per day. 
One-Week Loans: Si per day. 

Overnight Loans: 15^ for first hour; 5^ for each additional hour or fraction 
thereof. 

Lost Books: List price of the book. (Lost books should be reported at once). 
All books must be returned, lost books replaced or paid for, and fines paid before 
a student can finish the year in good standing. 

In fairness to all concerned, these rules must be enforced without exception. 

CERTIFICATION FOR STATE BOARD AND NATIONAL BOARD 
EXAMINATIONS 

No student will be certified to State Board or National Board examiners who 
has unabsolved failures in subjects taken during the academic period covered 
by these examinations. 

WITHDRAWALS AND REFUNDS 

Formal Withdrawal Procedures 

Students over 21 years of age desiring to leave the School of Medicine at any 
time during the academic year are required to file with the Dean a written applica- 
tion for withdrawal. In addition, the student must secure an "honorable dismissal 
release" form from the Dean's secretary, and return this to the Dean's office 
appropriately signed by representatives of the departments listed thereon, together 
with his '^matriculation certificate." 

If these procedures are not completed, the student will not be entitled to honor- 
able dismissal nor to refund of fees. 

Students under 21 years of age, must supplement the procedures previously 
described with the written consent of their parents or guardians. 

Academic Standing On Withdrawal 

Students who voluntarily withdraw during an academic semester will be given 
no credit. 

Students are not permitted to resort to withdrawal in order to preclude current 
or impending failures. Their standing on withdrawal will be recorded in the 
registrar's office. 

Students who withdraw from the School of Medicine, must apply to the Com- 
mittee on Admissions for readmission, unless other arrangements have been con- 
summated witii the Dean's written consent. 



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Refunds an Withdrawal 

Students who are eligible to honorable dismissal will receive a refund of current 
charges, after the matriculation fee has been deducted, according to the following 
schedule: 

Period elapsed after instruction begins. Percentage rejundablt 

Two weeks or less 80% 

Between two and three weeks 60% 

Between three and four weeks 40% 

Between four and five weeks 20% 

After five weeks 

PRIZES 

THE FACULTY PRIZE 

The Faculty will award the Faculty Gold Medal and Certificate and five Certifi- 
cates of Honor to six of the first ten highest ranking candidates for graduation 
who, during the four academic years, have exhibited outstanding qualifications 
for the practice of medicine. 

THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORfAL PRIZE 

A prize of $25.00 is given each year by Mrs. A. Bradley Gaither as a memorial 
to the late Dr. A. Bradley Gaither, to the student in the senior class doing the best 
work in genito-urinary surgery. 

THE WILLIAM D. WOLFE MEMORIAL PRIZE 
(Value $100.00 each) 

A certificate of proficiency and a prize of $100.00 will be awarded each year 
until the fund is dissipated, to the graduate selected by the Advisory Board of the 
Faculty showing greatest proficiency in Dermatology. 

THE DR. LEONARD M. HUMMEL MEMORIAL AWARD 

A gold medal and certificate of proficiency will be awarded annually, as a 
memorial to the late Dr. Leonard M. Hummel, to the graduate selected by the 
Advisory Board of the Faculty who has manifested outstanding qualifications in 
Internal Medicine. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

All scholarships are assigned for one academic year, unless specifically rea warded 
on consideration of an application. 

Official application forms are obtainable at the Dean's office, where they 
must be filed not later than May 15th for the ensuing academic year. 

THE DR. SAMUEL LEON FRANK SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank as a memorial 
to the late Dr. Samuel Leon Frank, an alumnus of this university. 

It is awarded by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University each 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 71 

year upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty "to a medical stu- 
dent of the University of Maryland, who in the judgment of said Council, is of 
good character and in need of pecuniary assistance to continue his medical 
course." 

This scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth year student who has 
successfully completed one year's work in this school. No student may hold 
this scholarship for more than two years. 

THE CHARLES M. HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $100.00 each) 

Two scholarships were established from a bequest to the School of Medicine 
by the late Charles M. Hitchcock, M.D., an alumnus of the university. 

These scholarships are awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment 
Fund of the University, upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty, 
to students who have meritoriously completed the work of at least the first year 
of the course in medicine, and who present to the Board satisfactory evidence of 
a good moral character and of inability to continue the course without pecuniary 
assistance. 

THE RANDOLPH WINSLOW SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Randolph Winslow, M.D., LL.D. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon nomination by the Advisory Board of the Faculty, to a "need> student 
of the Senior, Junior, or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

"He must have maintained an average grade of 85% in all his work up to the 
time of awarding the scholarship." 

"He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance." 

THE DR. LEO KARLINSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Ray Mintz Karlinsky as a memorial 
to her husband, the late Dr. Leo Elarlinsky, an alumnus of the university. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon the nomination of the Advisory Board of the Faculty, to "a needy stu- 
dent of the Senior, Junior or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

He must have maintained in all his work up to the time of awarding the scholar- 
ship a satisfactory grade of scholarship. 

He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Advisory Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance. 

THE CLARENCE AND GENEVRA WARFIELD SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $300.00 each) 

There are five scholarships established by the regents from the income of the 
fund bequeathed by the will of Dr. Clarence Warfield. 



72 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Terms and Conditions: These scholarships are available to students of any of 
the classes of the course in medicine. Preference is given to students from the 
counties of the state of Maryland which the Advisory Board of the Faculty may 
from time to time determine to be most in need of medical practitioners. 

Any student receiving one of these scholarships must agree, after graduation 
and a year's internship, to undertake the practice of medicine, for a term of two 
years, in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county selected by 
the Board. In the event that a student is not able to comply with the condition 
requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by the Board, 
the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded by the student. 

THE ISRAEL AND CECELIA E. COHEN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $150.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Eleanor S. Cohen in memory of 
her parents, Israel and Cecelia E. Cohen. Terms and conditions: This scholarship 
will be available to students of any one of the classes of the course in medicine; 
preference is given to students of the counties in the state of Maryland which the 
Advisory Board of the Faculty may from time to time determine to be most in 
need of medical practitioners. Any student receiving one of these scholarships 
must, after graduation and a year's internship, agree to undertake the practice of 
medicine for a term of two years in the county to which the student is accredited, 
or in a county selected by the council. In the event that a student is not able to 
comply with the condition requiring him to practice in the county to which he is 
accredited by the Board, the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded. 

THE DR. HORACE BRUCE HETRICK SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $250.00) 

This scholarship was established by Dr. Horace Bruce Hetrick as a memorial 
to his sons, Bruce Hayward Hetrick and Augustus Christian Hetrick. It is to 

be awarded by the Advisory Board of the Faculty to a student of the senior class. 

THE HENRY ROLANDO SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value approximately $250.00) 

The Henr}^ Rolando Scholarship was established by the Board of Regents of 
the University of Maryland from a bequest to the Board by the late Anne H, 
Rolando for the use of the Faculty of Medicine. 

This scholarship will be awarded each academic year on the recommendation 
of the Advisory Board of the Faculty to a "poor and deserving student." 

THE READ SCHOLARSHIPS 

The sum of $500.00 is now available to cover two (2) scholarships in the 
amount of $250.00 each for a given academic year. Beginning in 1945, these 
scholarships were made possible by a donation from the Read Drug and Chemical 
Company of Baltimore, Maryland. Two students are to be selected by the Dean 
of the School of Medicine in collaboration with the Scholarship and Loan Commit- 



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tees of the Medical School with the provision that the students selected shall be 
worthy, deserving students, residents of the State of Maryland. 

LOAN FUNDS 

W. K. KELLOGG FUND 

This loan fund was established in the academic year 1942 with money granted 
by the VV. K. Kellogg Foundation. The interest paid on the loans, together with 
the principal of the fund as repaid, will be used to found a rotating loan fund. 
Loans will be made on the basis of need, character and scholastic attainment. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE LOAN FUND 

A F'aculty of Medicine Loan Fund was established with money derived from 
the bequest of Dr. William R. Sanderson, Class 1882, and the gift of Dr. Albert 
Stein, Class 1907 and a gift of Dr. Frank A. Merlino, Class 1928. Loans will be 
made on the basis of need, character, and scholastic ability. 

THE EDWARD L. MEIERHOF LOAN FUND 

This bequest was established through a grant from Dr. Edward L. Meierhof, 
who was graduated from the Medical School in 1881. The principal of this fund 
will be used as a rotating loan fund from which loans will be made to regularly 
enrolled students of the School of Medicine on the basis of need, character and 
scholastic attainment. 

THE JAY W. EATON LOAN FUND 

This fund was established by the local chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity 
in memory of Jay W. Eaton of the class of 1946. 

Beginning in 1946 an interest-free loan of $100.00 will be made to some worthy 
member of the senior class, on recommendation of the Scholarship Committee of 
the School of Medicine. This loan is to be credited to the tuition fee of the ap- 
pointed student and is to be repaid by the student within four years following his 
graduation. 

THE SENIOR CLASS LOAN FUND 

The senior class of 1945 originated this fund which will accumulate by subscrip- 
tion from among members of each senior class. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the dean of the School of Medicine 
award a loan of $100.00 to a needy member of the senior class on the recommenda- 
tion of a self-perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty. 

Loans from this fund are to be credited to the tuition fee of the appomted 
student and are to be repaid within five years from the date of graduation. 

THE STUDENT AID FUND FOR SENIORS 

This fund was originated by the class of 1950 and is sponsored by the senior 
class of each succeeding year. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial 
aid for anv deserving member of thd senior class. All members of the senior 



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class are eligible to apply for a loan. Applications may be filed at the office of the 
dean. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the Scholarship and Loan Com- 
mittee award loans to members of the senior class on recommendation of a self- 
perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty who may call on the 
president of the senior class for assistance, if desired. 

Loans from this fund are made on a non-interest bearing basis and are payable 
within five years. A signed note is required. No co-signers are necessary. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 

The curriculum is organized under sixteen departments. 

1. Anesthesiology. 

2. Anatomy (including Histology, Embryology, and Neuro-anatomy). 

3. Biological Chemistry. 

4. Gynecology. 

5. Medicine (including Medical Specialties). 

6. Microbiology. 

7. Obstetrics. 

8. Ophthalmology. 

9. Pathology. 
10. Pediatrics. 

IL Pharmacology. 

12. Physiology. 

13. Preventive Medicine and Rehabilitation. 

14. Psychiatry. 

15. Radiology. 

16. Surgery (including Surgical Specialties). 

The instruction is given in four academic years of graded work. 

Several courses of study extend through two years or more, but in no case are 
the students of different years thrown together in the same course of teaching. 

The first and second years are devoted largely to the study of the structures, 
functions and chemistry of the normal body. Laboratory work occupies most of 
the student's time during these two years. 

Some introductory instruction in medicine and surgery is given in the second 
year. The third and fourth years are almost entirely clinical. 

A special feature of instruction in the school is the attempt to bring together 
teacher and student in close personal relationship. In many courses of instruc- 
tion the classes are divided into small groups and a large number of instructors 
insures attention to the requirements of each student. 

In most courses the final examination as the sole test of proficiency has dis- 
appeared and the student's final grade is determined largely by partial examina- 
tions, recitations and assigned work carried on throughout the course. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Robert B. Dodd Professor of Anesthesiology and Head of the Department 

Alfred T. Nelson Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology 



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Paul R. Hackett Associate Professor of Anesthesiology 

Otto C. Phillips Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology 

Howard S. Liang Instructor in Anesthesiology 

James Russo Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology 

Charles F. Hobelman Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology 

Theodore E. Stacy, Jr Clinical Instructor in Anesthesiology 

During the pre-clinical years and the third year, the department of Anesthe- 
siology will present a scries of guest lectures. The purpose of these lectures will 
be to show the application of the basic science material to the clinical practice of 
anesthesiology. In the third year the lectures will demonstrate how the various 
facets of the clinical entity under discussion affect the choice of pre-anesthetic 
medication, the anesthetic agent and the technique to be employed. 

Fourth Year. Each senior student is required to spend six hours per week for 
four weeks observing and administering anesthesia in the operating room at the 
University Hospital. During this period informal group discussions will be held 
to emphasize the factors affecting the management of the patient and the relation 
of these factors to the cases observed by the students in the operating rooms. 

ANATOMY 
Gross Anatomy 

Eduard Uhlenhuth Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department 

Vernon E. Krahl Associate Professor of Anatomy 

Karl F. Mech Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Robert E. McCafferty Instructor m Anatomy 

Nathan Snyder Instructor in Anatomy of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 

Gladys E. WadswortH Instructor in Anatomy 

Histology, Embryology and N euro- Anatomy 

Frank H. J. Figge Professor of Anatomy 

0. G. Harito Associate Professor of Anatomy 

H. Patterson Mack Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Surgical Anatomy 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

W. Wallace Walker Associate Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

William B. Settle Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

Herbert E. Reefschneider Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Harry C. Bowie Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Ross Z. Pierpont Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Gross Anatomy. First Year. First semester. The gross structure of the 
human body, studied by dissection of the human cadaver. The entire human 
body is dissected. Approximately 370 hours; of these 80 hours are devoted to 
lectures and conferences, the rest to laboratory work and demonstrations. Drs. 
Uhlenhuth, Krahl, Mech, McCafferty and Miss Wadsworth. 

First Year. First Semester. Peripheral Nervous System. A lecture course 
of approximately 32 hours, in two-hour periods each Saturday morning. Dr. 
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Histology and Embryology First Year. First Semester. The Microscopic 
Structure of the Organs, Tissues and Cells of the Human Body. 

This course will present an integrated study of the histology and embryology 
of the human body. 

An attempt will be made to correlate this with gross anatomy as well as other 
subjects in the medical curriculum. Special emphasis will be placed on the dy- 
namic and functional aspects of the subject. 150 hours. Dr. Figge, Prof. Harne, 
Dr. Mack. 

Neuroanatomy. First Year. Second Semester. The Central Nervous Sys- 
tem. The study of the detailed anatomy of the central nervous system will 
be coordinated with the structure and function of the entire nervous system. This 
study will require the dissection of a human brain and the examination of stained 
microscopic sections of various levels of the brain stem. 100 hours. Dr. Figge, 
Prof. Harne, and Dr. Mack. 

Surgical Anatomy. Second Year. Second Semester. Topographic and 
Surgical Anatomy. The course is designed to bridge the gap between abstract 
anatomy and clinical anatomy as applied to the study and practice of medicine 
and surgery. Students are required to dissect and demonstrate all points, out- 
lines and regions of the cadaver. Underlying regions are dissected to bring out 
lines and relations of structures. Dr. Brantigan and staff. 

Total hours: 96 

Graduate and Postgraduate Courses. Consult the general catalog of the 
University of Maryland for descriptions of these courses. 

ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINF, 

Carl Dame Clarke Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Thomas M. Stevenson, Jr Junior Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Raymond J. Clayton, Jr Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Jane L. Bleakley Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Garnet E. Affleck, Jr Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

This department is maintained for the purpose of supplying pictorial and plastic 
illustrations for visual teaching in the classrooms of the medical school and for 
publication in scientific periodicals. This also includes the preparation of illustra- 
tions for use in public relations, drawings, paintings, photography, cinema- 
tography, lithography and moulage. Research in prosthetics and the production 
of prosthetic appliances are also carried out in this department. 

Special courses of instruction are given to qualified students. 

MICROBIOLOGY (bacteriology) 

Charles L. Wisseman, Jr Professor of Microbiology and Head of the Department 

Edward Steers Associate Professor of Microbiology 

Andrew G. Smith Assistant Professor of Microbiology 

H. Edmund Levin Associate in Microbiology 

Merrill J. Snyder Instructor in Microbiology 

Elizabeth C. Heinz Junior Instructor in Microbiology 

Norma Mary Keigler Bressler Reserve Fund Research FeUow in Microbiology 

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Second Year. First Semester. The principles of general bacteriology are 
taught by quiz, conference, and lecture. 

Instruction given in the laboratory includes the methods of preparation of 
culture media, the study of pathogenic bacteria, and the bacteriological examina- 
tion of water and milk. The bacteriological diagnosis of communicable diseases 
is also included. 

Second Year. Second Semester. The principles of immunology are presented 
by means of quizzes, conferences and lectures. 

The course includes a consideration of infection and immunity, the nature and 
action of the various antibodies, complement fixation and flocculation tests, hyper- 
sensitiveness, and the preparation of bacterial vaccines. 

Experiments are carried out by the class in the laboratory. During the latter 
half of the semester the class is divided into sections. 

Total hours: Bacteriology 150. 
Immunology 72. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Emil G. ScHMmT Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the Department 

Edward J. Herbst Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Raymond E. Vanderlinde Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry 

WiLUAM H. SuMMERSON Lecturer in Biological Chemistry 

Ann Virginia Brown Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

Eleanor B. Glinos Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Frank D. Vasington Bressler Reserve Fund Fellow in Biological Chemistry 

Robert H. Weaver Fellow in Biological Chemistry 

Donald Helinski John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Biological Chemstry 

First Year. Second Semester. This course is designed to present the prin- 
ciples of biological chemistry and to indicate their applications to the clinical 
aspects of medicine. The phenomena of living matter and its chief ingredients, 
secretions and excretions are discussed in lectures and conferences and examined 
experimentally. Training is given in biochemical methods of investigation. Total 
hours: 208. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

BIOSTATISTICS 
Refer to the Department of Hygiene and Public Health for a description of 
this course. 

CARDIOLOGY [a division of medicine] 

Love, Welliam S Professor of Clinical Medicine and Chief, Division 

of Cardiology 

Leach, C. Edward Assistant Professor of Medicine and Chief, Adult 

Cardiology Outpatient Clinic 
ScHERLis, SmNEY Assistant Professor of Medicine and Chief, Pedi- 
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ScHERLis, Leonard Associate in Medicine 

TowNSHEND, Wilfred H Associate in Medicine 

Van Lill, Stephen J., Ill Associate in Medicine 

Swisher, Kyle W Instructor in Medicine 

Adams, Charles B., Jr Trainee in Cardiology 

Richardson, Aubrey Trainee in Cardiology 

First and Second Years. Lectures and demonstrations in the Electrical Activity 
of the Heart in collaboration with the Department of Physiology. 

Third Year. Conferences, clinics and Outpatient work in Cardiology. Consul- 
tation rounds in conjunction with medical clinical clerkships. 

Fourth Year. Weekly consultation conference concerning diagnosis, treatment 
and special diagnostic techniques in Cardiology. Senior students participate in 
the Cardiology Outpatient Clinic for four weeks. 

Elective Course in Graphic Studies of the Heart. Instruction in electrocardiog- 
raphy, spatial vectorcardiography, principles of catheterization of the heart and 
angiocardiography. 20 hours. 

Summer Felloivships. Junior students may work as Fellows in Cardiology 
during the summer months, participating in special cardiac studies (catheteriza- 
tion, angiocardiography, electrocardiography, etc) and in current research. Appli- 
cation should be made to the Chief of the Section prior to January 1. 

Traineeships in Cardiology. These are available to selected postgraduate appli- 
cants. The Trainee participates in the activities of the Section and receives a 
financial stipend. Application is made through the Chief of the Section in Octo- 
ber. The Traineeship begins the first of the following July. 

CARDIO-PULMONARY PHYSIOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

R. Adams Cowley Director 

Harriet M. Dfvxrs Technician 

Frieda Rudo Technical Consultant 

A laboratory organized for the study and investigation of physiological processes 
involved in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary diseases. 

Postgraduate instruction is available in the techniques of cardiac catheteriza- 
tion, pulmonary function studies and angiocardiography. 

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY [a division of medicine] 

Milton S. Sacks, M.D Associate Professor of Medicine and Head, 

Division of Clinical Pathology; Director, Clinical 
Laboratories, University Hospital 

Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine; 

Assistant Director Clinical Laboratories, Uni- 
versity Hospital 

Perry 0. Futterman, M.D Associate in Medicine (leave of absence) 

Joseph Furnari, M.D Associate in Medicine 

John B. DeHoff, M.D Associate in Medicine 

Stanley Miller, M.D Associate in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen, B.S Instructor in Medicine 

AuDRY M. Funk, B.A Instructor [in Medicine 

Alice M. Band, M.D Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Medicine (Hematology) 



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Giovanni Raccuglia, M.D Anna Gorman Fellow in Medicine (Hematology) 

Frances S. Barbusca, B.S Research Assistant in Clinical Pathology 

Second Year. First and Second Semester: The course is designed to train the 
student in the performance and interpretation of the fundamental laboratory 
procedures used in clinical diagnosis. During the first semester the basic tech- 
niques of hematology as well as clinical aspects of blood diseases are taught. 
Blood group immunology in relation to transfusion is also covered. In the second 
semester the performance and interpretation of tests used in the diagnosis of 
renal, hepatic, gastric, pancreatic, and metabolic diseases are considered. A 
review, with clinical applications, of acid-base balance and electrolyte disturbances 
is included. Methods of examination of cerebro-spinal fluid, transudates and 
exudates are taught. Elements of clinical parasitology complete the work in 
this semester. 

Each student provides his own microscope and blood counting equipment. 
A completely equipped locker is provided for each student. Total hours: 128. 

Third Year. Seminar discussions of diagnostic laboratory procedures in selected 
diseases are given during the medicine quarter. Each student is assigned a com- 
pletely equipped locker adjacent to the wards for use during the clinical clerk- 
ships. Microscope and blood counting equipment must be provided by the 
student. 

Fourth Year. During the medicine quarter, students attend a weekly hema- 
tology conference when patients from the hospital wards with blood diseases are 
discussed. 

Student Fellowships. Two (2) voluntary summer fellowships are available for 
sophomore or junior medical students who wish to perform advanced work in 
hematology. These afford an opportunity for clinical work in hematology as well 
as investigative experience. Work may be continued during the school year if 
time is available. Application should be made to the head of this division by 
January of the current school year. 

Graduate Fellowships. Two (2) full time clinical and research fellowships in 
hematology are available to applicants who have had a minimum of one year 
internship. A financial stipend is provided. Application should be made to the 
Head of the Division. 

DENTISTRY [a division of surgery] 

>Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery 

'Myron S. Aisenberg Professor of Pathology 

'Joseph C. Biddix, Jr Professor of Oral Diagnosis 

'Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics 

'Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

'Grayson W. Gaver Professor of Dental Prosthesis 

'Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Crown and Bridge 

'Kenneth V. Randolph Professor of Operative Dentistry 

'Edward C. Dobbs Professor of Pharmacology 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

'Joseph P. Cappuccio Instructor in Oral Surgery 

'Conrad L. Inman Instructor in Anesthesiology 

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This section has been reorganized for the teaching of both medical and dental 
students. There has been established a division in the out-patient department, 
and beds will be provided in the University Hospital, for the care of patients who 
will be available for the teaching of students from both schools. 

Senior year: cHnics weekly. 

Ward instruction and group teaching are given. This includes diagnosis and 
treatment of diseases of the face, mouth and jaws. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY [a division or medicine] 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

Francis A. Ellis Associate Professor of Dermatology 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Associate Professor of Dermatology 

Eugene S. Bereston Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

A. Albert Shapiro Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Israel Zeligman Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

R. C. V. Robinson Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

William R. Bundick Associate in Dermatology 

Mark B. Hollander Associate in Dermatology 

Morris M. Cohen Associate in Dermatology 

David Bacharach Instructor in Dermatology 

Lee R. Lerman Assistant in Dermatology 

The third year class receives six lecture-demonstrations on the principles of 
dermatology by Dr. Robinson. 

The senior course consists of conferences and demonstrations of the common 
skin diseases and venereal diseases in the outpatient dermatologic and syphilis 
clinics and on the medical wards. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGY [a division of medicine] 

Wm. Carl Ebeling Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Head of the 

Division of Gastroenterology 

Theodore E. Morrison Clinical Professor of Gastro-enterology 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Gastro-enterology 

Maurice Feldman Assistant Professor of Gastro-enterology 

Zachariah Morgan Assistant Professor of Gastro-enterology 

Z. Vance Hooper Associate in Gastro-enterology 

Albert J. Shochat Instructor in Gastro-enterology 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor in Gastro-enterology 

Joan W. Little Research Assistant in Gastro-enterology 

Second Year, Lectures are given as part of the course in correlative medicine. 

Third Year. Lectures and clmics on specific gastro-intestinal diseases under 
the sponsorship of the Department of Medicine. 

Fourth Year. Weekly clinics or conferences are held on gastro-intestinal sub- 
jects and problems. There are weekly peroral endoscopic clinics. Students 
assist in the out-patient clinic. Opportunities are available for practical experi- 
ence in exfoliative cytology. 

Summer Fellowships. Junior students may work as fellows, receiving instruc- 
tion in clinical practice, endoscopy, special diagnostic techniques and therapy. 



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GYNECOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology and Head of the Department 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Associate Professor of Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Leo Brady Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Edward P. Smith Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Frank K. Morris Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Theodore Kardash Associate in Gynecology 

John J. Erwin Associate in Gynecology 

William A. Dodd Associate in Gynecology 

W. Allen Deckert Instructor in Gynecology 

William C. Duffy Instructor in Gynecology 

Harry F. Kane Instructor in Gynecology 

Helen L Maginnis Instructor in Gynecology 

James H. Shell, Jr Assistant in Gynecology 

F. X. Paul Tinker Assistant in Gynecology 

Norman Levin Assistant in Gynecology 

Raymond L. Markley Assistant in Gynecology 

George A. Maxwell Assistant in Gynecology 

Edward C. Prevost Assistant in Gynecology 

Thomas A. Stebbins U.S.P.H.S., Cancer Teaching Fund Medical 

Illustrator in Oncology and Gynecology 

Third Year. A comprehensive course of 30 lectures in the field of gynecology, 
female urology, and female oncology is given to the entire class. 

Fourth Year. An intensive course is given to small groups of students through- 
out the year, during which time the students are assigned exclusively to this 
department. The course consists of instructions including lectures, seminars, 
ward rounds, and operative clinics. In addition, two special instruction periods 
are given in pathology at which time a review of the pathological material seen 
at operation is made with especial reference to the pathology of malignant disease. 
The students are assigned patients on the gynecological wards, and also work 
in the gynecological, cystoscopy and oncology, out-patient departments each day. 

Third year 30 hours 

Fourth year 75 hours 

Total: 105 hours 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE 
Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Beginning with the spring of 1942 a group of lectures on the history of medicine 
has been presented on selected phases and trends of the development of medical 
knowledge and practice. It is planned to avoid duplication of subject matter 
for at least four years. 

These lectures are offered primarily for our students, but a cordial invitation 
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Announcement of the lectures will be made by mail and on the bulletin 
board of the School of Medicine. 

HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH [a division of medicineI 

Huntington Williams Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H. F. Warthen Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Ross Davies Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Matthew L. Taback Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Third Year. A one-hour lecture is given to the whole class each Tuesday during 
both semesters. Basic instruction is afforded in the clinical and public health 
aspects of the communicable diseases including syphilis and tuberculosis. The 
lectures are under the auspices of the Department of Medicine and are given by 
staff members of that department, including physicians representing pediatrics, 
hygiene and public health, and by staff members of the Baltimore City Health 
Department. 

Fourth Year. Elective work is also assigned at the Western Health District 
Building of the City Health Department, 617 West Lombard Street, where the 
District Health OfiScer arranges for home visiting and the student prepares and 
presents a Home Survey Report. 

The course deals with the fundamentals of public health and supplements the 
work in the third year. The major emphasis in both years is on the practice of 
preventive medicine and the relation of prevention to diagnosis and treatment, 
and on the civic and social implications of the medical services. 

BIOSTATISTICS 

First Year. A series of 15 one hour lectures is given to the whole class during the 
Second Semester dealing with the basic methods of statistical analysis and demon- 
stration of their use in several areas of medical investigation. 

Instruction is designed to assist the medical student in evaluating quantitative 
aspects of medical information. 

INFECTIOUS DISEASES [a division or medicine] 

Robert T. Parker Assistant Professor of Medicine and Chief, Di- 
vision of Infectious Diseases 

Merrill J. Snyder Assistant Professor of Medicine in Clinical 

Bacteriology 

Joseph B. Workman Assistant Professor of Medicine 

SzE-Jui Liu Research Fellow in Medicine 

Second Year. Lectures are given on viral and rickettsial diseases and certain 
diseases caused by gram negative bacteria in collaboration with instruction in 
general bacteriology. 

Third Year. Lectures and clinics on specific infectious diseases are presented 
under the sponsorship of the Department of Pathology and the Department of 
Medicine. 

Fourth Year. Students attend weekly conferences on subjects related to in- 
fectious diseases. These sessions comprise consultation rounds on infectious dis- 



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ease problems and practical instruction in the diagnostic methods applicable to 
the infectious diseases. Opportunities are available for practical instruction in 
laboratory techniques. 

^,' Summer Fellowships. Junior students have the opportunity to work as Fellows 
in Infectious Diseases during the summer months. Instruction is provided in 
laboratory techniques including the handling of viral and rickettsial agents of 
disease, general bacteriological and immunologic techniques, bioassay of antibiotics 
and ward instruction including chemotherapy. Application should be made to 
the Chief of Section prior to January of the current school year. 

Post-Graduate Fellowships. The Section of Infectious Diseases sponsors a 
Fellow who receives instruction in laboratory techniques and clinical investiga- 
tion. Fellows participate in all functions of the Section including collaboration 
in investigative problems. A financial stipend is provided. Application is made 
through the Chief of the Section. 

INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY [a division of surgeryI 

Cedirles a. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

This section is under the combined supervision of the medical and surgical 
departments. It is a cooperative efifort by members of the medical school and 
hospital staff to afford means for clinical and laboratory study of the patient who 
has been subjected to traumatic or medical industrial hazard, so that adequate 
care may be instituted to promote his physical well-being. The facilities of the 
laboratories of the medical school and hospital are available as required. 

Under direction of this department limited undergraduate instruction is given, 
especially in the methods of examination and of keeping records and in the general 
medico-legal principles as they affect the industrial employee, the employer, the 
general insurers, the physician and the hospital. There is also instruction on 
methods of making life insurance and other physical examinations, whether for 
employment or for health purposes. The wards of the University, Mercy and 
Baltimore City Hospitals provide for bed-side instruction. 

Total hours: 8. 

LEGAL MEDICINE [a division of medicine] 

Russell S. Fisher Professor and Head of the Division of Legal Medicine 

Henry C. Freimuth Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine 

William V. Lovitt, Jr Assistant Professor of Legal Medicine 

Richard Lindenberg Associate in Legal Medicine 

Paul F. Guerin Associate in Legal Medicine 

M. Joseph Rehak Research Assistant in Legal Medicine 

Ella Freytag Research Assistant in Legal Medicine 

Third Year. This course embraces a summary of medical jurisprudence in- 
cluding the laws governing the practice of medicine, industrial compensation 
and malpractice, proceedings in criminal and civil prosecution, medical evidence 
and testimony, identification of bodies, injuries by blunt force, gunshot and other 
mechanisms, natural and homicidal deaths, medicolegal toxicology and the medico- 
legal autopsy. (12 hours.) 



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Elective Course {summer). A small number of students may upon application 
be assigned to elective work in the laboratory of the Chief Medical Examiner of 
the State of Maryland. 

MEDICINE 

Theodore E. Woodward Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department 

T. Nelson Carey Professor of Clinical Medicine 

H. Raymond Peters Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

William S. Love, Jr Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Howard M. Bubert Associate Professor of Medicine 

J. Sheldon Eastland Associate Professor of Medicine 

Milton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine 

Lewis P. Guitory Associate Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Medicine 

Henry J. L. Marriott Associate Professor of Medicine 

H. Vernon Langeluttig Associate Professor of Medicine 

Edward F. Cotter Associate Professor of Medicine 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate Professor of Medicine 

Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr Associate Professor of Medicine 

Wllliam H. Smith Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Marie A. Andersch Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Wetherbee Fort Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Frank J. Geraghty Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

C. Edward Leach Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Robert A. Reiter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sidney Scherlis Assistant Professor of Medicine 

James R. Karns Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Robert T. Parker Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Merrill J. Snyder Assistant Professor of Medicine in Clinical Bacteriology 

Samuel Legum Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edmund G. Beacham Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Robert E. Bauer Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Meyer W. Jacobson Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Charles F. Brambel Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine 

S. Edwin Muller Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Laurence M. Serra Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Francis C. Dickey Assistant Professor of Medicine 

William Carl Ebeling, III Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Joseph B. Workman Assistant Professor of Medicine 

W. Grafton Herspberger Associate in Medicine 

CoNTiAD B, Acton Associate in Medicine 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Associate in Medicine 

William K. Waller Associate in Medicine 

Arthur Karfgin Associate in Medicine 

M. Paul Byerly Associate in Medicine 

Henry W. D. Holljes Associate in Medicine 

Kurt Levy Associate in Medicine 

Wilfred H. Townshend Associate in Medicine 



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Alvin J. Hartz Associate in Medicine 

Louis V. Blum Associate in Medicine 

Leon Ashman Associate in Medicine 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr Associate in Medicine 

Jonas Cohen Associate in Medicine 

Walter Karfgin Associate in Medicine 

Irving Freeman Associate in Medicine 

J. Emmet Queen Associate in Medicine 

John B. DeHoff Associate in Medicine 

Joseph Furnari Associate in Medicine 

Stephen J. Van Lill, III Associate in Medicine 

Leonard Scherlis Associate in Medicine 

William F. Cox, III Associate in Medicine 

Donald W. Mintzer Associate in Medicine 

William G. Helfrich Associate in Medicine 

Stanley Miller Associate in Medicine 

Jerome Sherman Associate in Medicine 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor in Medicine 

John A. Myers Instructor in Medicine 

Joseph E. Muse Instructor in Medicine 

William H. Kammer, Jr Instructor in Medicine 

Samuel J. Hankin Instructor in Medicine 

Frederick J. Vollmer Instructor in Medicine 

John R. Davis Instructor in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Instructor in Medicine 

Audrey M. Funk Instructor in Medicine 

Leon A. Kochman Instructor in Medicine 

C. Herman Williams Instructor in Medicine 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Instructor in Medicine 

Bernard Burgin Instructor in Medicine 

Lauriston L. Keown Instructor in Medicine 

Franklin E. Leslie Instructor in Medicine 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor in Medicine 

Stuart D. Sunday Instructor in Medicine 

Irvin B. Kemick. . . Instructor in Medicine 

Maurice Feldman, Jr Instructor in Medicine 

Charles E. Shaw Instructor in Medicine 

John C. Osborne Instructor in Medicine 

Edward S. Kallins Instructor in Medicine 

Joseph C. Matchar Instructor in Medicine 

Marvin Goldstein Instructor in Medicine 

B. Stanley Cohen Instructor in Medicine 

Kyle Y. Swisher, Jr Instructor in Medicine 

Francis J. Borges Instructor in Medicine 

Raymond M. Lauer Assistant in Medicine 

Jack Wexler Assistant in Medicine 

Joseph C. Myers Assistant in Medicine 

Thomas Worsley . . ; Assistant in Medicine 

Stephen L. Magness Assistant in Medicine 

Stanley R. Steinbach Assistant in Medicine 

Edmund P. Coffay, Sr Assistant in Medicine 



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Frank K. Kasik Assistant in Medicine 

Donald J. Roop Assistant in Medicine 

William H. Grenzer Assistant in Medicine 

E. Ellsworth Cook, Jr Assistant in Medicine 

David M. Kipnis Assistant in Medicine 

William G. Esmond Assistant in Medicine 

Anders W. Anderson Assistant in Medicine 

Marion Friedman Assistant in Medicine 

Charles B. Adams, Jr Trainee in Cardiology 

Aubrey D. Richardson Trainee in Cardiology 

Frank G. Kuehn Trainee in Metabolism 

Alice M. Band Baltimore Rli Typing Laboratory Fellow in Medicine 

SzE- Jui Liu Fellow in Medicine 

Joseph B. Bronushas Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Joseph C. Fitzgerald Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

Harry D. Perry Jr Part-Time Fellow in Medicine 

AwiLDA Gay Research Assistant in Medicine 

First Year 

An elementary course in the Introduction to Medicine is presented three hours 
weekly during the second semester. The course is interdepartmental and strssees 
the broad application of anatomy, embryology, histology and physiology to the 
clinical sciences. 

Second Year 

Introduction to Clinical Medicine: A. Correlative Medicine (three hours weekly 
throughout the year) — A course in conjoint medicine emphasizing technique of 
history taking, physical diagnosis and pathologic physiology in medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and subspecialties. B. Physical Diagnosis — 
Practical instruction in physical diagnosis two hours weekly, second semester 
C. Medical Clinic — One hour weekly during the second semester. 

Third Year 

The Practice of Medicine: A. Clinical Clerkship for 8 weeks on the medical 
wards of the University Hospital. Responsibility under supervision for the 
history, physical examination, laboratory examination and progress notes of 
assigned cases. B. Ward rounds and conferences in general medicine. C Clinical 
pathological conference and interdepartmental seminar once weekly. D. Balti- 
more City Hospital is utilized for teaching in the third year. For a period of 8 
weeks, the student performs outpatient work in general medicine three mornings 
weekly. Practical instruction is provided in physical diagnosis as related to 
chronic disease, tuberculosis, neurology and roentgen diagnosis. A weekly clinic 
is given in general medicine and tuberculosis. 

The Principles of Medicine: A . A course in guided reading is conducted through- 
out the junior year consisting of assignments in standard texts and current peri- 
odicals. B. Lectures are given weekly in neurology and preventive medicine 
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Fourth Year 

Advanced Practice of Medicine: A. Clinical clerkship on the medical wards of 
Mercy Hospital for 4 weeks. B. Ward classes, ward rounds and conferences in 
general medicine, the medical subspecialties and therapeutics for 4 weeks at 
University Hospital. C. Consultation rounds daily for 4 weeks on wards of 
University Hospital in problems of cardiology, /infectious diseases, gastroenterology, 
neurology, hematology and pulmonary diseases. D. Outpatient Department 
work for 4 weeks under supervision in medicine and medical specialties in the 
Outpatient Department of the University Hospital. E. Clinical pathological 
conference and interdepartmental seminars weekly. 

Summer Clerkships 
Junior students have the opportunity to work as clinical clerks during the 
summer term. Responsibility under supervision for the history, physical ex- 
amination, laboratory examination and progress notes of assigned cases. 

Postgraduate Fellowships 

Postgraduate fellowships are available in various of the subspecialties of medi- 
cine (see specific Sections). 

MICROBIOLOGY 

For description of this course see page 76. 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY [a division of surgery] 

James G. Arnold, Jr Professor of Neurological Surgery and Head of the Division 

Richard G. Coblentz Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology and Neuropathology 

Raymond K. Thompson Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Robert Oster 

Associate in Electro-physiology, and Director of the Hoffberger Electroencephalo- 

graphic Laboratory 

Frank J. Otenasek Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

John W. Chambers Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

Robert M. N. Crosby Associate in Neurological Surgery 

William H. Mosberg, Jr .Associate in Neurological Surgery 

August Kiel, Jr Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

John 0. Sharrett Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

Third Year. This course comprises lectures and demonstrations in the funda- 
mentals of neurological surgery. Total hours, twelve. 

Fourth Year. Weekly ward rounds at the University and Mercy Hospitals. 
Total hours, sixteen. 

Dispensary Instruction. A small number of students may apply for instruction 
in the neurological out-patient department. 

NEUROLOGY [a division or medicine] 

Charles Van Buskirk Professor of Neurology and Head of the Division 

Leon Freedom Associate Professor of Neurology 

Philip F. Lerner Assistant Professor of Neurology 

Harry Teitelbaum Assistant Professor of Neurology 

George G. Merrill Assistant Professor of Neurology 

Willlam L. Fearing Associate in Neurology 

Edward F. Cotter Associate in Neurology 



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Second Year. Fifteen one-hour lectures are given to correlate the anatomy 
and physiology of the nervous system with clinical neurology. 

Third Year. Twenty hours of instruction are given to the whole class in neuro- 
pathology supplemented with pathological demonstrations. Sixteen lecture- 
demonstrations are given in which the major types of the diseases of the nervous 
system are discussed. A course is also given at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 
comprising eight periods of two hours each, in which the students in small groups 
carry out complete neurological examinations of selected cases which illustrate 
the chief neurological syndromes. 

Fourth Year. Fourth year students in the Medical section attend neurological 
consultation rounds on ward patients in the University and Mercy Hospitals. 
All patients presented at these clinics are carefully examined. 

Dispensary Instructiofis. Small sections are instructed in the neurological dis- 
pensary of the Mercy Hospital five afternoons each week. In this way students 
are brought into contact with nervous diseases in their early and late manifesta- 
tions. 

OBSTETRICS 

Louis H. Douglass Professor of Obstetrics and Head of the Department 

J. Morris Reese Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

D. Frank Kaltreider Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

IsADORE A. SiEGEL Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

John E. Savage Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Hugh B. McNally Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Margaret B. Ballard Associate in Obstetrics 

D. McClelland Dixon Associate in Obstetrics 

Osborne C. Christensen Associate in Obstetrics 

J. Tyler Baker Associate in Obstetrics 

J. Huff Morrison Associate in Obstetrics 

George H. Davis Associate in Obstetrics 

J. King B. E, Seegar Associate in Obstetrics 

Louis C. Gareis Associate in Obstetrics 

Kenneth B. Boyd Assistant in Obstetrics 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

Theodore Kardash Assistant in Obstetrics 

Harry McB. Beck Assistant in Obstetrics 

William A. Dodd Assistant in Obstetrics 

Irvin p. Klemkowski Assistant in Obstetrics 

Clarence W. Martin Assistant in Obstetrics 

Vernon C. Kelley Assistant in Obstetrics 

Harry Cohen Assistant in Obstetrics 

Thomas C. Webster Assistant in Obstetrics 

Vincent DeP. Fitzpatrick Assistant in Obstetrics 

Ernest Scher Assistant in Obstetrics 

James H. Shell, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

F. X. Paul Tinker Assistant in Obstetrics 

Daneel Ehrlich Assistant in Obstetrics 

William D. Gentry Assistant in Obstetrics 

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Second Year: During the second semester lectures are given one hour weekly. 
Students are oriented on the normal pelvis, generative tract and the physiology 
of pregnancy and labor. The conduct of normal delivery and the puerperium are 
explained, and in general an attempt is made to prepare the student for the prac- 
tical training he is to receive in his third year. Dr. J. M. Reese 

Third Year. Forty five lectures and recitations are given. They are designed 
to cover the anatomy more completely, especially that of the bony pelvis from an 
obstetrical point of view. Physiology of the endocrine system is reviewed as it 
relates to pregnancy and the growth and development of the impregnated ovum. 
Following this the pathology of pregnancy, labor and the puerperium are con- 
sidered. Drs. Douglass, Reese, Siegel, Savage, Dixon and Kaltreider. 

Each student spends 4 weeks on the obstetrical service of University Hospital. 
During this period he receives practical instruction in the prenatal clinic, the 
wards and on the delivery floor. He acts as a clinical clerk and all of his work is 
closely supervised. In addition he is instructed in the basic sciences as related 
to obstetrics. Operative work on the obstetrical manikin is an organized part of 
the course, each student receiving 8 hours of individual instruction. 

Fourth Year. The instruction is entirely clinical. Each student spends 2 
weeks at Baltimore City Hospital in small groups. During this period his entire 
time is devoted to obstetrics. He acts as a clinical clerk and works in prenatal 
clinics and on the wards and delivery suite. He observes and assists in deliveries 
of all types and delivers some 10 to 14 patients himself. In addition he attends 
all rounds and conferences held. 

During this 2 week period he is given introductory courses in Public Health as 
applied to obstetrics and in Planned Parenthood. 

Second year 16 hours 

Third year 141 hours 

Fourth year 106 hours 

Total 263 hours 

ONCOLOGY [a division of gynecology and surgery] 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Associate Professor of Gynecology 

William K, Dieiil Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Frank K. Morris Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Arthur G. Siwinski Assistant Professor of Surgery 

E. Eugene Covington Associate in Oncology 

Edwin H. Stewart Associate in Surgery 

John M. Dennis Associate in Radiology 

J. DuER Moores Instructor in Surgery 

Louis F, Goodman Instructor in Surgery 

Thomas A. Stebbins U.S.P.H.S., Cancer Teaching Fund Medical Illustrator 

in Oncology and Gynecology 

The purpose of the courses in Oncology is to give students training in the 
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and at the same time to correlate this training with that received in surgery, 
medicine, roentgenology and other specialties. 

Third year. Six didactic lectures are given on the diagnosis and treatment of 
cancer of the generative organs. Dr. Hundley and staff. 

Five lectures in general oncology are given to the entire Junior Class at the end 
of the year. The increasing importance of the cancer problem is emphasized. 
The biological aspects of cancer and the relation of hormones, carcinogenic agents, 
and etiological factors are discussed. The gradation of neoplasms, and the bio- 
physical effects of irradiation therapy are presented. The diagnosis, surgical 
and radiological treatment of neoplasms of the head and neck, oral cavity, skin, 
breasts, and hemopoietic system are discussed. Dr. Siwinski and staff. 

Fourth Year. Ten senior students of the University section are assigned to the 
Oncology clinic. Five students are assigned to the Tuesday morning clinic, and 
the alternate group to the Friday morning clinic. The diagnosis and treatment, 
both surgical and radiological are discussed in the presence of a staff member of 
the departments of Pathology, Radiology, and Surgery. 

An outpatient G}mecological Clinic is held bi-weekly which affords an opportu- 
nity for instruction of small groups of students, which are assigned in rotation, in 
the various phases of malignancy of the generative organs. Weekly ward rounds 
and operative clinics are held for seniors. 

Onocology Gynecology Total 

Third year 5 hours 6 hours 11 hours 

Fourth year 12 hours 16 hours 28 hours 

Total 17 hours 22 hours 39 hours 

OPHTH.\LMOLOGY 

Joseph I. Kemler Associate in Ophthalmology 

A. Kremen Associate in Ophthalmology 

Ruby A. Smith Associate in Ophthalmology 

D. J. McHenry Instructor in Ophthalmology 

J. E. Brumback A.ssociate in Ophthalmology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Henry B. Wilson Instructor in Ophthalmology 

John C. Ozazewski Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Third Year. Second semester. Dr. Ozazewski reviews the anatomy and phy- 
siology of the eye and discusses the methods used in making the various exami- 
nations. Errors of refraction and their effect upon the general system are explained. 
Weekly section work, demonstrating the use of the ophthalmoscope, with the aid 
of kodachrome transparencies of the fundus oculi is carried on during the entire 
session at the Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital by Dr. Kremen. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given in diseases of the eye, 
twice weekly, for one year. Dr. Knowles. 

The course consists of instruction in the clinic to small groups of students four 
days a week for four weeks. During this period, the student examines patients, 
diagnoses and treats various ocular diseases, under the supervision of Drs. Knowles, 



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Smith, Brumback and Ozazewski. Twice weekly lectures and lantern slide 
demonstration are given upon diseases of the eye, with particular reference to 
their diagnosis, management and relation to general medicine. Special lectures 
are given the entire class on vascular changes in the eye, refraction, cataract and 
glaucoma. Certain operations are demonstrated by motion pictures. 

Weekly ward classes are held at the University and Mercy Hospitals during 
which the eye grounds in the various medical and surgical conditions are demon- 
strated. Drs. Knowles, Kemler, Kremen, Smiith, Brumback, Jeppi, Pacienza 
and Ozazewski. 

Third year 20 hours 

Fourth year 41 hours 

Total 61 hours 

ORTHOPAEDICS [a division of surgery] 

Allen Fiske Voshell Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Harry L. Rogers Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Moses Gellman Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Milton J. Wilder Assistant Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Jason H. Gaskel Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Isaac Gutman Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery 

James P. Miller Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Robert C. Abrams Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Everett D. Jones Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

John J. Tansey Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Didactic instruction is given in the second, third and fourth years. Clinical, 
bedside and outpatient instruction is given at the University, Mercy Hospitals 
and their Outpatient Departments, Keman Hospital for Crippled Children, and 
Baltimore City Hospitals. Brief discussions and demonstrations of physical and 
occupational therapy are included in the course. 

Second year 19 hours 

Third year 36 hours 

Fourth year 90 hours 

Total 145 hours 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Professor of Otolaryngology and Head of the Division 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

Fayne a. Kayser Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate Professor of Otolaryngology 

W. Raymond McKenzie Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Theodore A. Schwartz Assistant Professor of Otolaryngolog>' 

Benjamine H. Isaacs Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology 

Robert Z. Berry Associate in Otolaryngology 

Arthur Ward Associate in Otolaryngology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Otolar^^ngology 



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John H. Hirschfield Instructor in Otolaryngology 

John M. Rehberger Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Harry P. Porter Assistant in Otolaryngology 

James J. Gerlach Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Frederick L. Stichell Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Harold H. Weinberg Assistant in Otolaryngology 

Third Year. Instruction to the whole class is given in the common diseases of 
the nose and throat, attention being especially directed to infections of the accessory 
sinuses, the importance of focal infections in the etiology of general diseases and 
modern methods of diagnosis. Lectures illustrated by lantern sHdes are given 
one hour weekly for eight weeks. 

Fourth Year. Out-Patient department instruction is given for three hours 
daily, to small sections at the University and the Mercy Hospitals. The student 
is afforded an opportunity to study, diagnose and treat patients under supervision. 
Ward classes and clinical demonstrations are given in periods of one and one-half 
hours weekly throughout the session in the University and Mercy Hospitals. 

The Looper CUnic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, recently established 
in the University Hospital, affords unusual opportunities for students to study 
diseases of the larynx, bronchi and esophagus. The clinic is open to students 
daily from 2 to 4 P.M. 

The Mercy Hospital Bronchoscopic Clinic affords ample opportunities in 
bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy. In these two clinics the etiology, symptoma- 
tology, diagnosis and treatment of foreign bodies in the air and food passages, as 
well as bronchoscopy, are taught to students as an aid in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of diseases of the lungs. 

Third year 9 hours 

Fourth year 53 hours 

Total 62 hours 

OTOLOGY [a division of StJRGERY] 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Professor of Otolaryngology 

The course in otology is planned to give a practical knowledge of the anatomy 
and physiology of the ear, and its proximity and relationship to the brain and other 
vital structures. The inflammatory diseases, iheir etiology, diagnosis, treatment 
and compHcations are particularly stressed, with empha.sis upon their relationship 
to the diseases of children, head-surgery and neurology 

Third Year. The whole class is given instruction by means of talks, anatomical 
specimens and lantern slides. Dr. O'Rourk and associates. 

Fourth Year. Small sections of the class receive instruction and make personal 
examinations of patients under the direction of an instructor. The student is 
urged to make a routine examination of the ear in his ward work in general medi- 
cine and surgery. Dr. O'Rourk and associates. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 40 hours 

Total 52 hours 



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PATHOLOGY 

Hugh R. Spencer Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department 

Robert B. Wright Associate Professor of Pathology 

C. Gardner Warner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Walter C. Merkel Associate Professor of Pathology 

Dexter L. Reimann Associate Professor of Pathology 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Albert E. Goldstein Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Roy B. Turner Assistant Professor of Pathology 

James H. Ramsey Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Milton S. Sacks Associate in Pathology 

Benedict Skitarelic Associate in Pathology 

Conrad B, Acton Instructor in Pathology 

Howard B. Mays Instructor in Pathology 

William B. VandeGreft Instructor in Pathology 

William J. Bryson Instructor in Pathology 

Karl F. Mech Instructor in Pathology 

Theodore Kardash Instructor in Pathology 

Louis C. Gareis Instructor in Pathology 

Edward L. J. Kreig Instructor in Pathology 

James R. Karns Instructor in Pathology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Instructor in Pathology 

J. Donald Hubbard Instructor in Pathology 

Lester Keieer Instructor in Pathology 

Ursula T. Slager Instructor in Pathology, Hitchcock Fellow in Neuropathology 

Harry Cohen Assistant in Pathology 

Charles F. Carroll, Jr National Cancer Institute Trainee 

Courses of instruction in pathology are given during the second and third years. 
The courses are based on the previous study of normal structure and function and 
aim to outline the history of disease. The relationship between clinical symptoms 
and anatomical lesions is constantly stressed. 

General Pathology. Second Semester, Second Year. This course includes 
the study of disturbances of the body fluids; disturbances of structure, nutrition 
and metabolism of cells; disturbances of fat, carbohydrate and protein metab- 
olism; disturbances of pigment metabolism; inflammation and tumors. 

Laboratory instruction is based on the study of prepared slides (loan collection) 
and corresponding gross material. 

Applied Pathology, Including Gross Morbid Anatomy and Morbid 
Physiology. Third Year. The laboratory instruction in this course is carried 
out in small teaching museums where prepared specimens and material from au- 
topsies with clinical histories and sections are available for study. For this work 
the class is divided into small groups. Clinical correlation is stressed. 

Autopsies. Third Year. Students in small groups attend autopsies at the 
morgues of the University Hospital and the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

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held in collaboration with the various clinical departments. Selected cases are 
discussed and autopsy findings are presented. 

Second year 184 hours 

Third year 160 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 374 hours 

PEDIATRICS 

J. Edmund Bradley Professor of Pediatrics and Head of the Department 

C. LoRiNG JosLEN Professor of Pediatrics 

A. H. FiNKELSTEiN Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

Frederick B. Smith Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

Gordon E. Gibbs Associate Professor Clinical Pediatric Research 

Albert Jaffe Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Samuel S. Click Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Jerome Finem.\n Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Gibson J. Wells Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

William M. Seabold Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Annie M. Bestebreurtje Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Ruth W. Baldwin Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Clewell Howell Associate in Pediatrics 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer Associate in Pediatrics 

Sidney Scherlis Associate in Pediatrics 

Melchijah Spragins Associate in Pediatrics 

John L. Peck Lecturer in Pediatrics 

Arnold F. Lavenstein Instructor in Pediatrics 

Mary L. Hayleck Instructor in Pediatrics 

Israel P. Meranski Instructor in Pediatrics 

Thomas A. Christensen Instructor in Pediatrics 

Joseph M. Cordi Instructor in Pediatrics 

Leonard Scherlis Instructor in Pediatrics 

Lester H. Caplan Instructor in Pediatrics 

Edward G. Field Instructor in Pediatrics 

Melvin M. Borden Instructor in Pediatrics 

Howard Goodman Instructor in Pediatrics 

Robert M. N. Crosby Instructor in Pediatrics 

Garrett E. Deane Instructor in Pediatrics 

Raymond L. Clemmens Instructor in Pediatrics 

William Earl Weeks Assistant in Pediatrics 

J. Carlton Wich Assistant in Pediatrics 

O. Walter Spurrier Assistant in Pediatrics 

Arnold Tramer Assistant in Pediatrics 

Mary B. Matthews Assistant in Pediatrics 

Miriam S. Daly Assistant in Pediatrics 

William A. Niermann Assistant in Pediatrics 

Frederick J. Heldrich Assistant in Pediatrics 

Henry Seidel Assistant in Pediatrics 

Leon Donner Assistant in Pediatrics 

Kathleen McGrady Assistant in Pediatrics 

David Josephs Assistant in Pediatrics 



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Martin K. Gorten Research Assistant in Pediatrics 

Grange S. Coffin Research Assistant in Pediatrics 

Robert Shirey Frank C. Bressler Research Assistant in Pediatrics 

Margaret M. Collins Research Assistant in Pediatrics 

Third Year. 1. Principles of Pediatrics: Physiology of newborn, growth and 
development, nutrition, problems of the premature infant and diseases of new- 
born are presented in lectures and demonstrations (20 hours). 

2. Physical examination of the infant and child plus history taking and 
diagnosis are taught on the pediatric wards of the University Hospital (20 hours). 

Fourth Year. Students are assigned in groups of twelve for a four-week period. 
Responsibility is given the student for history, physical examination, laboratory 
examinations and progress notes on pediatric patients of the University and Mercy 
Hospital pediatric divisions. Examination of neonates and follow-up care of 
patients in the development clinical is required daily. 

Daily attendance in the Pediatric Out Patient Clinics is spent in interrogation, 
examination, diagnosis and treatment of patients. 

Students alternate nights on the Pediatric service, and at this time, sleeping 
accomodations are provided them in the hospital. 

Students spend one day of their four weeks in the offices of selected practicing 
pediatricians. During this time, they observe office management, techniques and 
problems of patients seen in private pediatric practice. 

Conferences are held daily, Monday through Friday at 12 :30 p.m. On Saturday 
the students present a clinico-pathologic conference at which time the students 
act as clinician and pathologist with faculty representatives of the Departments 
of Pathology and Pediatrics as moderators. 

PHARMACOLOGY 

John C. Krantz, Jr Professor of Pharmacology and Head of the Department 

C. Jellepf Carr Professor of Pharmacology 

Raymond M. Burgison Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Ruth Musser Instructor in Pharmacology 

Joseph G. Bird Assistant m Pharmacology 

Amedeo S. Marrazzi Lecturer in Pharmacology 

Joseph M. White, III Lecturer in Pharmacology 

William G. Harne Demonstrator in Pharmacology 

Frederick K. Bell Fellow in Pharmacology 

Jane Wray Forrest Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Henry F. Wilson, Jr Fellow in Pharmacology 

Claire K. Heisse Research Assistant in Pharmacology 

Julia Neil Hurst Research Assistant in Pharmacology 

This course is designed to include those phases of pharmacology necessary for 
an intelligent use of drugs in the treatment of disease. The didactic instruction 
includes materia medica, pharmacy, prescription-writing, toxicology, posology, 
pharmacodynamics, and experimental therapeutics. The laboratory exercises 
parallel the course of lectures. 

In addition, optional conference periods and lectures are available for students 
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Total hours: 216. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses oflfered by members of the staff. 

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS [a division of medicine] 

Henry J. L. Marriott Associate Professor of Medicine, and Head of the 

Division of Physical Diagnosis 

Robert A. Reiter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Legum Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edmund G. Beacham Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Daniel VVilfson Associate in Medicme 

Leon Ashman Associate in Medicine 

Stephen J. Van Lill Associate in Medicine 

William G. Helfrich Associate in Medicine 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Instructor in Medicine 

Franklin E. Leslie Instructor in Medicine 

Lauriston L. Keown Instructor in Medicine 

Joseph C. Myers Assistant in Medicine 

Second Year. A. The course in physical diagnosis begins with the first semester 
of the Sophomore year as a part of the instruction in Correlative Medicine. For 
three hours weekly throughout both semesters there is emphasis on history taking 
and technique of physical diagnosis as related to conjoint medicine. The course 
provides discussion of pathologic physiology by members of the clinical and pre- 
clinical departments. 

B. In the second semester small tutorial groups are formed each under the direc- 
tion of an instructor. Experience in physical examination of normal individuals 
is given in the third quarter one afternoon weekly. In the fourth quarter students 
become acquainted with abnormal signs through examination of hospital patients. 

Third Year. Instruction in methods of physical diagnosis is stressed (1) during 
the clinical clerkship at the University Hospital and (2) at the Baltimore City 
Hospitals in the Outpatient Clinic and with the instruction on the chronic disease 
and tuberculosis wards. 

PHYSIOLOGY 

William R. Amberson Professor of Physiology and Head of the Department 

Dietrich C. Smith Professor of Physiology 

Frederick P. Ferguson Associate Professor of Physiology 

John L White Assistant Professor of Physiology 

Howard B. Bensusan Assistant Professor of Physiological Research 

J. Henry Wills Lecturer in Physiology 

Samuel L. Fox Instructor in Physiology 

Sylvia Himmelfarb Instructor in Physiology 

Jeanne Ann Barry Junior Instructor in Physiology 

Richard L. Glasser John F. B. Weaver Fellow in Physiology 

Brigitte E. Blankenhorn Research Fellow in Physiology 

Carolyn F. Hendrickson Bressler Reserve Fund Research Assistant in Physiology 



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The course in physiology is given in two parts; 

First Year. Second Semester. The course opens with introductory lectures 
on nerve-muscle physiology covering the peripheral nerves. Attention is then 
given to the physiology of the heart and circulation. The lectures are ac- 
companied by demonstrations, but there is no laboratory work. Two lectures a 
week are given. 

Second Year. First Semester. The course continues with four lectures, one 
conference and two laboratory periods a week. The subjects considered are 
respiration and metabolism, digestion, renal function, and endocrines and repro- 
duction. The course ends with a series of lectures on the central nervous system 
and the special senses. 

Total hours: 224. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

PLASTIC SURGERY [a division of surgery] 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Clarence P. Scarborough Associate in Plastic Surgery 

John J. Angelo Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

Henrique B. De Moraes Fellow in Plastic Surgery 

This course is designed to acquaint students with the problems of reconstruc- 
tive and plastic surgery. A subdivision in the dispensary has been established 
and beds for patients will be available for instruction in this course at the Univer- 
sity and Baltimore City Hospitals and Keman's Hospital for Crippled Children. 

Third Year. Five lectures are given to the whole class. Out-Patient depart- 
ment instruction is provided on Tuesdays. Dr. Scarborough. 

Fourth Year. Ward rounds and operative demonstrations are held at the 
hospitals. 

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 

Maurice C. Pincoffs Professor of Preventive Medicine and Rehabilita- 
tion and Head of the Department 

Huntington Williams .... Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H. F. Warthen Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Ross Davies Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Matthew L. Taback Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

This department provides instruction in the principles of public sanitation? 
control of infectious disease, epidemiology, the preventive aspects of medical care 
programs and the operation of home, clinic and hospital programs of rehabilita- 
tion. 

First Year. A. Orientation lectures and clinical conferences defining and illus- 
trating the field of preventive medicine and rehabilitation. 

B. Biostatistics. Fifteen lectures dealing with the basic methods of statistical 
analysis and demonstration of their use in several areas of clinical investigation. 

Second Year. A. Control of infectious disease. Lectures and field trips. 



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B. Correlative medicine. In this interdepartmental course preventive aspects 
of various diseases and programs of rehabilitation are stressed. 

Third Year. A. Lectures and guided reading in the field of disease control, 
industrial medicine, medical care programs and medical economics. 

B. Participation by students in local disease detection and control programs. 

C. Participation by students in the evaluation of patients as to requirements 
and suitability for rehabilitation. 

Fourth Year. A. Survey of patients' homes. In conjunction the departments 
of psychiatry, medicine and preventive medicine organize and supervise home 
surveys by students in which consideration is given to the family inter-relations, 
the economic situation, the dietary habits, the sanitation and the physical char- 
acteristics of the home as they influence the patients' illness. 

PROCTOLOGY [a division of surgery] 

Monte Edwards Professor of Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Simon H. Bracer Assistant Professor of Proctology 

William T. Supik Associate in Proctology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Associate in Proctology 

John D. Rosin Associate in Proctology 

Third Year. Seven lectures are given to the whole class. The course is for 
instruction in the diseases of the colon, sigmoid flexure, rectum and anus, and 
covers the essential features of the anatomy and physiolog>' of the large intestine 
as well as the various diseases to which it is subject. Dr. Monte Edwards. 

Fourth Year. Ward and dispensary instruction is given in the University and 
Mercy Hospitals, where different phases of the various diseases are taught by 
direct observation and examination. The use of the proctoscope and sigmoido- 
scope in the examination of the rectum and sigmoid is made famihar to each stu- 
dent. Mercy Hospital — Drs. Brager and Supik. University Hospital — Drs. 
Monte Edwards, Adams, Cunningham and Rosin. 

Third year 7 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 23 hours 

PSYCHIATRY 

Jacob E. Finesinger Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Department 

John R. Rsro Professor of Philosophy in Psychiatry 

Maurice H. Greenhill Professor of Psychiatry 

H. Whitman Newell Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

George F. Sutherland Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Manfred S. Guttmacher Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry M. Murdock Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Hans W. Loewald Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

William W. Elgin Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

J. G. N. CusHiNG Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Kathryn L. Schultz Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 



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Robert G. Grenell Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Research 

Klaus W. Berblinger Assistant Professor of Psychiarty 

Lester M. Libo Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate in Psychiatry 

Elizabeth LaForge Associate in Psychiatric Social Work 

A. Russell Anderson Instructor in Psychiatry 

Enoch Callaway, Jr Instructor in Psychiatry 

Marion W. Mathews Instructor in Psychiatry 

Francis J. McLaughlin Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Novey Instructor in Psychiatry 

Kent E. Robinson Instructor in Psychiatry 

William W. Magruder Instructor in Psychiatry 

Marvin Jaffe Instructor in Psychiatry 

Marcella Weisman • Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work 

William N. Fitzpatrick , Instructor in Psychiatry 

LiDA C. Brown Instructor in Psychiatry 

Betsy G. Wootten Instructor in Psychiatry 

Bernard S. Gordon Instructor in Psychiatry 

Margaret S. Wilson Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work 

Benjamins Pope Instructor in Medical Psychology 

Frances C. McGrath Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work 

Ralph L. Dunlap Instructor in Medical Psychology 

Nathan Schnaper Instructor in Psychiatry 

Sarah V. Huffer Assistant in Psychiatry 

Fern E. MacAllister Assistant in Psychiatry 

Martin K. Gorton Assistant in Psychiatry 

Bonnie Str.\in Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

Thomas D. Haupt Assistant in Medical Psychology 

Joseph Bierman Assistant in Psychiatry 

Roger S. Waterman Assistant in Psychiatry 

Isadore Tuerk Consultant in Psychiatry 

Betty Jane Fax Research Associate in Psychiatry 

Harvey A. Robinson Research Associate in Psychiatry 

Grace L. Finesinger Research Associate in Psychiatry 

MoRiTz MiCHAELis Research Associate in Psychiatry 

Alice S. Chester Fellow in Psychiatry 

Emily M. Rody Fellow in Psychiatry 

Jack Mendelson Fellow in Psychiatry 

Charles Bagley, III Fellow in Psychiatry 

Walter S. Easterling Fellow in Psychiatry 

Edwin L. Poole Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Floris de Balbian Verster Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Florence M. Burnett Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Marion C. Glass Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

June H. Mendelson Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Barbara T. Stewart Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Arthur B. Silverstein Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Norma J. Nonken Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Fred Davis Research Assistant in Psychiatry 

Anne L. Trucker Research Assistant in Ps}'chiatry 

Daniel S. Sax Research Assistant in Psychiatry 



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First Year. Fourteen two-bour periods during the second semester are devoted 
to a consideration of human relations as applied to the practice of medicine. The 
topics dealt with include personality development, reactions to stress, and situ- 
ational and social factors in disease. The emphasis is u^on observing, under- 
standing and evaluating the personal and social factors in the disease process, in 
treatment and prevention. Consideration is given to problems of values and 
scientific methodology as they apply to the work of the physician. Patients with 
common medical and surgical complaints are interviewed to illustrate methods of 
interviewing and developing a useful therapeutic relationship. The course is 
conducted by means of group discussion, supplemented by reading. 

Second Year. Fourteen two-hour periods are spent in the first semester in dis- 
cussions and lectures. The emphasis is on methods of examining patients, and 
methods of developing and utilizing the doctor-patient relationship. The dis- 
cussions center about psychopathology, as it operates in disease and in the treat- 
ment process. An attempt is made to relate emotional disturbances to what is 
known in neurophysiology, endocrinology, psychology and sociology. Patients 
are interviewed and examined to illustrate the general principles and the specific 
procedures used in the examination of patients. The group discussions are supple- 
mented by suggested reading. 

Third Year. Sixteen lecture hours are devoted to further considerations of 
special psychopathology and the principles of psychotherapy. Specialized forms 
of treatment are reviewed, but the main emphasis is toward familiarizing the 
student with forms of therapy feasible in routine medical practice. During 36 
clinic hours the student will be supervised in history-taking, mental status and 
psychometric examination, and follow-up studies of patients. 

Fourth Year. A clinical clerkship is offered in the wards of the University 
Hospital for one month. Patients are assigned for treatment under supervision. 
Emphasis is placed on diagnosis, methods of interviewing, methods of developing 
and managing a therapeutic doctor-patient relationship, and carr>'ing out psycho- 
therapy. This is supplemented by seminar meetings for discussion of child psy- 
chiatry, psychotherapy, clinical psychology and social service. Topics are assigned 
from the current literature for group discussion. Four afternoons are spent in 
the wards of the Spring Grove State Mental Hospital in examining patients with 
emphasis in the diagnosis, treatment and management of the psychoses. Eight 
clinics are held for the entire fourth-year class. 

RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES [a division of medicine] 

Robert E. Bauer Assistant Professor of Medicine and Chief, Di- 
vision of Radioactive Isotopes 
John M. Dennis Professor of Radiology and Assistant Chief, Di- 
vision of Radioactive Isotopes 

Joseph B. Workman Assistant Professor of Medicine and Assistant 

Chief, Division of Radioactive Isotopes 

Dorothy P. De Santis Research Assistant 

AwiLDA Gay Salas Research Assistant 

Jose Eschiandis Research Assistant 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 101 

First Year, Orientation lecture on basic radiation physics and the University 
Hospital Isotope Program. 

Second Year. Interdepartmental demonstrations and discussions with Depart- 
ments of Physiology, Pharmacology and Medicine of specific physiological and 
pharmacological procedures that are adaptable to radioactive isotope techniques. 

Third Year. Weekly seminars are given on radiation physics, radiation pro- 
tection and the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of radioactive isotopes in Clinical 
and Laboratory Medicine. 

Fourth Year. Weekly consultation rounds on clinical aspects of radioactive 
isotopes are given fourth year students during their training in Medicine and 
Surgery. Interested students assist in the Radioisotope Outpatient Clinic. 

Summer Fellowships. The Section sponsors two summer fellowships with 
emphasis upon clinical application of isotopes and laboratory techniques. 

RADIOLOGY 

John M. Dennis Professor of Radiology, and Head of the Department 

Charles N. DAvmsoN Associate Professor of Radiology 

John DeCarlo, Jr Assistant Professor of Radiology 

Robert P. Boudreau Assistant Professor of Radiology 

Edward R. Dana Associate in Radiology 

Herbert B. Copeland Instructor in Radiology 

Herbert L. Warres Instructor in Radiology 

Henry H. Startzman, Jr Instructor in Radiology 

Nathan B. Hymen Assistant in Radiology 

Robert W. Swain Consultant in Radiologic Physics, Cancer Teaching Program 

During the academic year, small groups of the third and fourth year classes are 
given weekly instruction in the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the Roentgen 
rays. An effort is made to familiarize the student with the indications for and the 
limitations of the Roentgen ray examinations. The history, physics and practical 
therapeutic application of Roentgen rays are given stressing the use of radiation 
as a weapon now available in a variety of disorders of the human body ranging from 
simple inflammations to malignant neoplastic conditions. Conferences are held 
with the various departments during the school year which are also open to mem- 
bers of the fourth year class. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 24 hours 

Total 32 hours 

SPEECH TRAINING CLINIC (a division of surgeryI 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Ray Ehrensberger Professor of Speech 

Merle Ansberry Associate Professor of Speech 

This department has been installed in conjunction with the Department of 
Speech of the University at College Park to evaluate the speech difficulties in 
children with congenital defects. Admission to the Clinic is by appointment only. 
The Clinic operates all day Thursdays. 



102 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



SURGERY 



Charles Reid Edwards Professor of Surgery, and Acting Head of the Department 

Walter D. Wise Professor of Surgery 

D. J. Pessagno Professor of Clinical Surgery 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Harry C. Hull Professor of Clinical Surgery 

James W. Nelson Professor of Clinical Surgery 

R. Ridgeway Trimble Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Charles A. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Edward S. Johnson Associate Professor of Surgery 

Cyrus F. Horine Associate Professor of Surgery 

C. W. Peake Associate Professor of Surgery 

William F. Reinhoff, Jr Associate Professor of Surgery 

W. Wallace Walker Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy 

H. F. Bongardt Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. O. Ridgely Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Arthur G. Siwinski Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Harry C. Bowie Assistant Professor of Surgery 

R. Adams Cowley Assistant Professor Thoracic Surgery, Director 

Cardio-Pulmonary Service, and Assistant 
Director Experimental Surgery. 

Raymond F. Helfrich Associate in Surgery 

William B. Settle Associate in Surgery 

George Govatos Associate in Surgery 

Joseph V. Jerardi Associate in Surgery 

Herbert E. Reifschneider Associate in Surgery 

Harold H. Burns Associate in Surgery 

William L. Garlick Associate in Surgery 

Patrick C. Phelan Associate in Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr Associate in Surgery 

E. Roderick Shipley Associate in Surgery 

Robert C. Sheppard Associate in Surgery 

F. Ford Loker Associate in Surgery 

Karl F. Mech Associate in Surgery 

Joseph M. Miller Associate in Surgery 

J. Duer Moores Instructor in Surgery 

Calvin Hyman Instructor in Surgery 

Clyde F. K arns Instructor in Surgery 

George H. Brouillet Instructor in Surgery 

John F. Schaefer Instructor in Surgery 

Robert F. Healy Instructor in Surgery 

Saimtoel E. Proctor Instructor in Surgery 

Louis E. Goodman Instructor in Surgery 

Harold L. Zupnik Instructor in Surgery 

Michael L. DeVincentes Instructor in Surgery 

William R. Geraghty Assistant m Surgery 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 103 

Howard B. McElwain Assistant in Surgery 

A. V. BuCHNESS Assistant in Surgery 

T. J. TouHEY Assistant in Surgery 

L. T. Chance Assistant in Surgery 

W. Allen Deckert Assistant in Surgery 

William C. Dunnigan Assistant in Surgery 

Raymond M. Cunningham Assistant in Surgery 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Surgery 

Ross Z. Pierpont , Assistant in Surgery 

James N. Cianos Assistant in Surgery 

William D. Lynn Assistant in Surgery 

David R. Will Assistant in Surgery 

Harold P. Biehl Assistant in Surgery 

Kirk Moore Assistant in Surgery 

William B. Rever, Jr Assistant in Surgery 

Leonard G. Hamberry Assistant in Surgery 

William A. Holbrook Assistant in Surgery 

James A. Sewell Assistant in Surgery 

Instruction is given by means of lectures, laboratory work, recitations, dis- 
pensary work, bedside instruction, ward classes, and clinics. The work begins 
in the second year and continues throughout the third and fourth years. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, operative surgery labora- 
tory, the Out-Patient departments, wards, laboratories and operating rooms of 
the University and Mercy Hospitals, and in the wards and operating rooms of 
the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

SECOND YEAR 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Second semester. The course is 
designed to bridge the gap between anatomy in the abstract and clinical anatomy 
applied to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory. Students are required to 
dissect and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Under- 
lying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, 
Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reifschneider, Pierpont and Garrett. 

Total hours: 96. 

Principles of Surgery. Second semester. The course includes discussions 
of irritants, infection, repair of tissue, healing of tissue, relationship of bacteriology 
to surgery, modern chemotherapy in surgical diseases, ulcers, wounds, thrombo- 
phlebitis, phlebothrombosis, peripheral vascular diseases, thermal bums, injuries 
due to cold, surgical shock, diseases of the lymphatics, gangrene of the skin and 
extremities, aneurysms, hemorrhage, varicose veins, embolism, sinuses and fistulae, 
tetanus, anthrax and actinomycosis. 

Lectures, two hours a week for one semester, are given to the whole class. Drs. 
Adams and Sheppard. 



104 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



THIRD YEAR 



General and Regional Surgery. Lectures, recitations and clinics are 
given on the principles of surgery and general surgery including fractures and 
dislocations. Three hours a week to the whole class. Dr. Hull. 

The class is divided into groups. Instruction in history-taking and surgical 
pathology is given under the supervision of the chief of the pathology de- 
partment of the Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction is also given in surgical 
diagnosis and in general surgery at the bedside and in the classroom at B.C.H. by 
Drs. Bowie, Koontz, Brantigan, Adams and Garrett. Two hours per week are 
given in orthopaedic surgery by Dr. Voshell, chief of the orthopaedic service of 
this institution. 

Operative Surgery. Lectures and operative demonstrations are given under 
the supervision of Dr. Yeager assisted by Dr. Govatos. The class is divided into 
sections and each section is given practical and individual work under the super- 
vision of instructors. 

Surgical Out-patient Department. Under supervision, the student takes 
the history, makes the physical examination, attempts the diagnosis and, as far 
as possible, carries out the treatment of ambulatory surgical patients in the 
University and Mercy Hospitals. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Raymond F. Helfrich 
assisted by the out-patient staff. University Hospital — Drs. Settle and Sheppard 
assisted by the out-patient staff. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinics. Surgical pathological Conference. A weekly conference is conducted 
at the University Hospital for the entire class. Daily ward classes at University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and half day ward work under the supervision of Dr. E. R. 
Shipley at University and Dr. Patrick C. Phelan, Mercy Hospital. 

Surgery or the Chest: — Mercy Hospital. Operations and conferences. 14 
hours. Drs. Rienhoff and Garlick. 

Traumatic Surgery. This course deals with operative and post-operative 
treatment of accident cases and with instructions as to the relationship between the 
state, the employee, the employer, and the physician's duty to each. One hour 
a week to sections of the class throughout the year. Dr. C. A. Reifschneider. 

Clinical Clerkship. This work includes the personal study of assigned 
hospital patients under supervision of the staffs of the University and Mercy 
Hospitals, and embraces history-taking, and physical examination of patients, 
laboratory examinations, attendance at operations and observation of post- 
operative treatment. 

Ward Classes. Ward-class instruction in small groups will consist of ward 
rounds, surgical diagnosis, treatment and the after-care of operative cases, Mercy 
Hospital — Drs. Wise, Pessagno, Nelson, Trimble, Brager, Jerardi, Garlick and 
Loker. University Hospital — Drs. C. Reid Edwards, Yeager, Hull and C. A. 
Reifschneider. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 105 

THORACIC SURGERY [a division op surgery] 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Thoracic Surgery 

William L. Garlick Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery 

R. Adams Cowley Assistant Professor of Thoracic Surgery 

Donald B. Hebb Assistant in Thoracic Surgery 

George Schimert Resident in Thoracic Surgery 

Men having completed three years of American Board of Surgery training are 
eligible for appointment. The first year is spent in thoracic research surgery. The 
second year is in clinical thoracic surgery at Baltimore City, Mercy and Univer- 
sity Hospitals. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE [a division of medicineI 

Certain phases of tropical medicine are considered in the course on clinical 
pathology. In addition, a course of lectures and demonstrations is given to the 
entire fourth year class 

TUBERCULOSIS [a division of medicine] 

During the third year in connection with the instruction in physical diagnosis 
a practical course is given at the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital. Stress is laid 
upon the recognition of the physical signs of the disease, as well as upon its sympto- 
matology and gross pathology. 

UROLOGY [a division of surgery] 

W. Houston Toulson Professor of Urology 

Kenneth D. Legge Professor of Clinical Urology 

Howard B. Mays Assistant Professor of Urology 

Francis W. Gillis Assistant Professor of Urology 

John F. Hogan Assistant Professor of Urology 

John S. Haines Assistant Professor of Urology 

Austin H Wood Associate in Urology 

Lyle J. MiLLAN Associate in Urology 

L. K. Fargo Associate in Urology 

Hugh J. Jewett Associate in Urology 

Martin A. Robbins Associate in Urology 

John D. Young, Jr Associate in Urology 

John H. Menning Instructor in Urology 

Herman J. Meisel Instructor in Urology 

Wilford a. Councill, Jr Assistant in Urology 

Third Year. This course is given for seven hours to the whole class. It con- 
sists of lectures and demonstrations, including the use of lantern slides and motion 
pictures. Dr. Toulson. 

Fourth Year. The course includes explanations and demonstrations of urethros- 
copy, cystoscopy, ureteral catheterization, renal function tests, urography, urine 
cultures and the various laboratory procedures. The teaching consists of clinics 
and ward rounds to small groups, and attendance by members of the senior class 
upon the out-patients in the dispensary. The student is placed on his own re- 



106 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

sponsibility in arriving at a diagnosis. These Out-Patient Department classes 
are conducted at both the Mercy and University Hospitals where practically 
every variety of urogenital disease is seen and used for teaching purposes. 

Third year 6 hours 

Fourth year 39 hours 

Total 45 hours 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 

Howard Rovelstad, A.B., M.A., B.S.L.S Director of Libraries and Professor 

of Library Science 



Ida Marian Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S Librarian and Associate Professor of 

Library Science 

Hilda E. Moore, A.B., A.B.L.S Associate Librarian 

Florence R. Kirk Assistant Librarian 

Marie Harvin, B.A., B.S.L.S Cataloguer 

Fritzi J. Farley Library Assistant 

Elizabeth E. McCoach Assistant to the Librarian 

Patricia C. Watkins Assistant to Cataloguer 

POSTGRADUATE COURSES 

Committee on Postgraduate Studies 
Howard M. Bubert, Chairman and Director 

Dietrich C. Smith, Assistant Director and 1st Vice-chairman Wetherbee Fort 

L. A. M. Krause, 2nd Vice-chairman John C. Krantz, Jr. 

J. Edmund Bradley J. Morris Reese 

Otto C. Brantigan Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

George H. Buck Milton S. Sacks 

William K. Diehl Allen F. Voshell 

Frank H. J. Figge John A. Wagner 
Elizabeth Carroll, Executive Secretary 
The Dean— Ea; Officio 

Calendar: Postgraduate courses are offered from September 16 to June 1. 

The Postgraduate Committee presented a second closed circuit telecast at 
University Hospital on November 5, 1953. This presentation originated from 
several different points in University Hospital and was viewed in Gordon Wilson 
Hall by physicians in attendance who represented many of the counties of Mary- 
land. The telecast was sent to Osier Hall on Cathedral Street for viewing by 
members of the Baltimore City Medical Society. The endeavor met with 
great success. It is hoped that in the future the telecast may be sent to out- 
lying sections of the State on closed circuit. 

The weekly television show, ''Live and Help Live" which was discontinued 
during the summer months will be resumed in the autumn, 

A series of eight weekly seminars on Cardiology was presented to the Delaware 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 107 

Academy of General Practice in Wilmington, Delaware. This series was very 
well received by the physicians who enrolled for the course. 

At Memorial Hospital, Easton, Maryland, lectures were given as follows: 
January 20, 1954, Allergy; March 18, 1954, Skin; May 19, 1954, Pediatrics. 

The following intramural postgraduate courses have been continued: 

Anatomy 

General Anatomy. Designed to prepare candidates for the examination of the 
American Board of General Surgery and Surgical Specialties. There is no strict 
rule governing either the content or duration of the course. Students may dis- 
sect a complete cadaver or any particular region in which they may be interested. 
Tuition is arranged according to registration, content and duration. 

Anatomy of the Head and Neck as applied to the eye, ear, nose and throat. Dura- 
tion 150 hours, beginning on October 1 and ending approximately February 28, 
comprising two periods of 4 hours per week. Tuition is $150.00. Details as to 
the time of the individual periods will be arranged with candidates who wish to 
take the course. 

Surgical Anatomy. Designed to prepare candidates for the examination in 
Anatomy of the American Board of Surgery. This is a ninety-hour course (3 
hours a day, 2 days a week) given in conjunction with the regular sophomore 
medical course in surgical anatomy. Tuition is $150.00. 

Pathology 

Neuropathology. Designed to aid in meeting the requirements of the specialty 
boards in neurological sciences, and covers basic studies in diseases of the central 
nervous system. Duration is six months, full time. Tuition is $200.00 plus 
$10.00 laboratory fee. 

Gynecology 

Gynecology^ Oncology and Female Urology. This is a REVIEW, designed pri- 
marily for the general practitioner. Students attend lectures, ward rounds, and 
clinics and OBSERVE operations. Full time for ten weeks. Tuition is $125.00 

Gynecology and Obstetrics 

Gynecology and Obstetrics. This is a REVIEW, designed for the general prac 
titioner. Students attend lectures, ward rounds and clinics, and OBSERV^E 
operations and deliveries. Full time for twelve weeks. Tuition is $150.00. 

Basic Sciences 

Basic Sciences as they apply to the practice of medicine. Designed to familiarize 
students with the advances in basic sciences during recent years. The course 
consists of 32 periods of 2 hours each, once a week between October and June. 
Tuition is $50.00. 

Full descriptions of these courses are available. Inquiries should be addressed 



108 



UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 



to the Postgraduate Committee, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 
Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

LECTURERS IN POSTGRADUATE MEDICDTE 



Thurston R. Adams 
Marie A. Andersch 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Robert E. Bauer 
Joseph G. Bird 
Francis Borges 
Harry C. Bowie 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Otto C. Brantigan 
George H. Brouillet 
Howard M. Bubert 
Raymond M. Burgison 
T. Nelson Carey 

C. Jelleff Can- 
Robert Chenowith 
Ernest I. Combrooks, Jr. 
Edward F. Cotter 

R. Adams Cowley 
Richard J. Cross, Jr. 
John DeCarlo, Jr. 
John M. Dennis 
Francis G. Dickey 
WiUiam K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 

D. McClelland Dixon 
Louis H. Douglass 

J. Sheldon Eastland 
Charles Reid Edwards 
Monte Edwards 
William L. Fearing 
Frederick P. Ferguson 



Frank H. J. Figge 
Jacob E. Finesinger 
A. H. Finkelstein 
Russel S. Fisher 
Albert E. Goldstein 
Maurice Greenhill 
Lewis P. Gundry 
Nathan B. Herman 
Harry C. Hull 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
D. Frank Kaltreider 
Theodore Kardash 
Vernon E. Krahl 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
L. A. M. Krause 
Arnold F. Lavenstein 
C. Edward Leach 
Ephraim T, Lisansky 
William S. Love, Jr. 
Wm. V. Lovitt, Jr. 
Fred R. McCrumb 
Hugh B. McNally 
Howard B. Mays 
Samuel Morrison 
H. Whitman Newell 
Robert H. Oster 
Frank J. Otenasek 
Robert T. Parker 
Ross Z. Pierpont 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
J. Morris Reese 
Herbert E. Reifschneider 



Dexter L. Reimann 
Henry L. Rigdon 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr 
Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 
Raymond C. V. Robinson 
Milton S. Sacks 
John E. Savage 
Leonard Scherlis 
Sidney Scherlis 
Emil G. Schmidt 
William B. Settle 
Dietrich C. Smith 
George W. Smith 
Merrill Snyder 
Nathan Snyder 
Hugh R. Spencer 
Melchijah Spragins 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
Harry A. Teitelbaum 
W. Houston Toulson 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Allen Fiske Voshell 
John A. Wagner 
Wallace Walker 
MJlton J. Wilder 
Walter D. Wise 
Henry L. Wollenweber 
Theodore E. Woodward 
Robert B. Wright 
George H. Yeager 



FIRST YEAK SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 16, 1954 TO JANUARY 22, 1955 



Houis 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturd&y 


9.00 

to 
12.00 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

Lecture and Lab. 

2nd Floor Bressler 

Histology Laboratory 


Orientation 

9:00 9:50 

1st 3 Lectures 

A.H. 

Anatomy 

10:00-12:00 

1st 3 Sessions 

After Oct. 6 

Anatomy 

9:00-12:00 

1st Floor Br. Lab. 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

Lecture and Lab. 

2nd Flout Bressler 

Histology Laboratory 


Gross Anatomy 
A.H. 


12.00 

to 

1.00 


Lunch 




1.00 
to 
5.00 


Gross Anatomy 

Lecture A. B. 1:00 to 2:00 Daily, Laboratory 

Bressler 1, 2:00 to 5:00 Daily 





• Course ends December 17, 1954. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 24 TO JUNE 4, 1955 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9.00 

to 

12.00 


Laboratory 

Biol, Chem. 
Sect. A 

Psychiatry 

Sect. B 

Room 171 

P.L 


Laboratory 

Biol, Chem, 
Sect. B 

Psychiatry 

Sect. A 

Room 171 

P.L 


Laboratory 

Biol. Chem. 
Sect. A 

Psychiatry 

Sect. B 

Room 171 

P.I. 


Laboratory 

Biol. Chem. 
Sect. B 

Psychiatry 

Sect. A 

Room 171 

P.L 


Introduction 

to 

Medicine 

9:00—1100 

Room 171 
P.L 




12.00 
to 
1.00 


launch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 




1.00 
to 

1.50 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm. J 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm. 1 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm. 1 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm. I 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm.l 




2,00 

to 

2.50 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Neuro- 
Anatomy 
Lecture 

and 

Laboratory 

Bressler 
2nd Floor 


Biol. Chem. 

Conference 

Adm.l 


Neuro- 
Anatomy 
Lecture 

and 

Laboratory 

Bressler 
2nd Floor 


Biol. Chem. 

Conference 

Adm.l 




3.00 

to 

3.50 


Physiology 
Conference 
Bressler 2 


Biostatistics 
C.H. 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 




4.00 

to 

5,00 











Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm, 1 — First Floor, Administration Building, 520 W, Lombard Street. 
A. H. — Anatomical Hall — Upper Hall, N, E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
C. H— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, 522 W, Lombard Street. 
P. I. — Psychiatric Institute, University Hospital. 
Biological Chemistry Laboratory — Third Floor, 31 South Greene Street. 
Bressler Research Laboratory— 29 S. Greene Street. 
Gross Anatomy— First Floor. 
Histology and Embryology— Second Floor , 
Neuro-anatomy — Second Floor . 

Mid-Year Examinations— January 17-22, 1955 
Pinal Examinations— Begin May 23, 1955 

109 



SECOND YEAR SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 16, 1954 TO JANUARY 22, 



1955 



Hours 



8.30 
9.20 



9.30 
to 

10.20 



10.30 

to 
12.30 



12.30 



1.00 

to 

5.00 



Monday 



Physiologfy 
Bressler 2 



Physiology 
Conference 
Bressler 2 



Tuesday 



Physiology 
Bressler 2 



Microbiology 
Adm. 1 



Wednesday 



Preventive 
Medicine 
Bressler 2 



Microbiology 
Adm. 1 



Thursday 



Physiology 
Bressler 2 



Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 



tBacterioIogy 
Laboratory 



Friday 



Physiology 
Bressler 2 



Pharmacology 
Bressler I 



Neurological 

Diagnosis 

10:45-11:45 

C.E. 



Lunch 



Sect. B. 



Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 
1:00-1:50 

! 

Psychiatry 

P. I. 
2:00-5:00 



Sect. A. 



Physiology Laboratory 

4th Floor Bressler 

Sect. A. I Sect. B. 

1:00-5:00 



Clinical 
Pathology 
1:00-2:00 
Bressler 2 
2:00-5:00 
Bressler 5 



Pharmacology Laboratory 

3rd Floor Bressler 

Sect. B. } Sect. A. 

1:00-4:00 



Physiology Laboratory 

4th Floor Bressler 

Sect. A. I Sect. B. 

1:00-5:00 



t Bacteriology Laboratory — Section work during the last month. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 24 TO JUNE 4, 1955 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


8.30 

to 
9.20 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Adm. 1 


Orthopaedics 
Adm. 1 


Gynecology 
Amp. 


9.30 
to 

10.20 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Laboratory 

Bressler I 


Obstetrics 
Adm. 1 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


10.30 

to 
11.20 


Pathology 
C.E. 


Pathology 
C.E. 


Pathology 
C.E. 


Pathology 
C.E. 


11.30 


Limch 


12.00 

to 
1.50 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Microbiology 

12:00-1:00 

C. E. 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


2.00 

to 
3.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Adrrt.l 


II Microbiology 
Laboratory 


ainical 
Pathology 

1:00-2:00 
Bresder 2 

2:00-5:00 
Bressler 5 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. A 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. B 

(3:00-5:00) 

U.E.D. 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect.B 


3.00 

to 
5.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Laboratory 

Bressler 1 


Physical 
Diagnosis 

Sect. A 

(3:00-5:00) 

U.E.D. 



U Microbiology Laboratory — Section work during last two months. 

Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First Floor, Administration Building, 520 W. Lombard Street. 
C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, 522 W. Lombard Street. 

Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets, Eighth Floor 
U. H. D.— University Flospital Out-Patient Department, Old Hospital Building, 
P. I. — Psychiatric Institute, University Hospital. 
Laboratories: 

Physiology, Pharmacology, Suigical Anatomy— Bressler Buildinn, 
Bacteriology, Immunology, Pathology, Second Floor, 31 S. Greene Street. 
Mid-7ear Examinations — January 17-22, 1955 
Pinal Examinations— Begin May 23, 1955 



THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 
SEPTEMBER 16, 1954 TO MAY 21, 1955 

LECTURE SCHEDULE** 



Time 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8:00 to 8:50 


Surgery 
C. E. 


Surgery 

c. n. 


Obstetrics 
C.E. 


Surgery 
C. E. 


Pathology 
C. E. 


Surgical 

Specialties 

C. E. 


9:00 to 9:50 


Medicine 
Neurology 
Preventive 

Medicine 


Obstetrics 
1st Semester 

Psychiatry 
2nd Semester 


Surgical Spec. 

Urology 
Plastic Surgery 
Ophthalmology 


Gynecology 
Ophthalmology 


Medicine 

Legal Medicine 

Preventive 

Medicine 


C. P. C. 




C. H. 


C. E. 


C. E. 


C.E. 


C. E. 


AMP. 



CLASS DIVISIONS^ 



• Division 1 


Division 2 


Division 3 


Division 4t 


Medicine 


Surgery 


The Specialties 


Clinical Clerkships 


— 


— 


— 


Neurology 


Legal Medicine 


Operative Surgery 


Obstetrics 


Pathology 


Industrial Medicine 


Neurosurgery 


Pathology 


Radiology 


Neurology 


Otolaryngology 


Psychiatry 


Orthopaedics 


Infectious Diseases 


Otology 


Pediatrics 




Preventive Medicine 


Ophthalmoscopy 








Pathology 







STUDENT GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 



1st Quarter 


3rd Quarter 


September 16, 1954 to November 10, 1955 
(8 weeks) 
Groups 1 and 2 Division 1 
Groups 3 and 4 Division 2 
Groups 5 and 6 Division 3 
Groups 7 and 8 Division 4 


January 23, 1955 to March 19, 1955 
(8 weeks) 
Groups 1 and 2 Division 3 
Groups 3 and 4 Division 4 
Groups 5 and 6 Division 1 
Groups 7 and 8 Division 2 


2nd Quarter 


4th Quarter 


November 11, 1954 to January 22, 1955 
(8 weeks) 
Groups 1 and 2 Division 2 
Groups 3 and 4 Division 3 
Groups 5 and 6 Division 4 
Groups 7 and 8 Division 1 


March 20, 1955 to May 21, 1955 

(8 weeks) 
Groups 1 and 2 Division 4 
Groups 3 and 4 Division 1 
Groups 5 and 6 Division 2 
Groups 7 and 8 Division 3 



*• Refer to mimeographed schedules for complete details. 
Note: April 21 and 22, Annual Meeting Medical and Chirurgical Faculty. 

* The Curriculum is arranged into 4 divisions, and the class into 8 groups. The entire class assembles daily (except 
Junday) for lectures at 8:00 and at 9:00 a.m. in Chemical Hall after which students assigned to Division 4 transfer to 
.C.H. Divisions 1, 2, and 3 remain at University Hospital. 

t Students of Division 4 spend 8 weeks at Baltimore City Hospitals. On Mondays and Tuesdays students as- 
iigned to Division 4 at Baltimore City Hospitals return to the Medical School for Medical Clinic and Pathology. 
4-week Periods: 

September 16-October 13 January 23 -February 19 

October 14 -November 10 February 20-March 19 

November U-December 11 March 20 -April 20 

December 12 -January 22 April 23 -May 21 

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FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 
SEPTEMBER 16, 1954 TO MAY 17, 1955 

CLASS DIVISIONS' 



Division If 


Division 2 


Division 3t 


Division 4 


Medicine and Medical 


Pediatrics 


Surgery and Surgical 


Obstetrics 


Specialties (8 weeks) 


(4 weeks) 


Specialties (8 weeks) 


(2 weeks) 


Neurology 


Psychiatry 


Urology 


Gynecology 


Cardiology 


(4 weeks) 


Neuro Surgery 


Oncology 


Gastro-Enterology 




Otology, 


(2 weeks) 


Metabolism 




Otolaryngology 


— 


Allergy 




Orthopaedics 


Dermatology & Syphilolojjy 


Infectious Diseases 




— 


Oncology 


Radiology 




Radiology 


Ophthalmology 

Anesthesiology 

(4 weeks) 



STUDENT GROUP ASSIGNMENTS 



1st Quarter 


3rd Quarter 


Sept. 16, 1954 to Nov. 10, 1954 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division If 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 2 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division 3t 
Groups 13, 14, IS, 16 to Division 4 


Jan. 23, 1955 to March 19, 1955 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 3t 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 4 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division If 
Groups 13, 14, 15, 16, to Division 2 


2nd Quarter 


4th Quarter 


Nov. 11, 1954 to Jan. 22, 1955 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 to Division 2 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division 3t 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division 4 
Groups 13, 14, 15, 16 to Division It 


March 20, 1955 to May 17, 1955 
(8 weeks) 

Groups 1, 2. 3, 4 to Division 4 
Groups 5, 6, 7, 8 to Division It 
Groups 9, 10, 11, 12 to Division 2 
Groups 13, 14, 15, 16 to Division 3t 



•The curriculum is arranged into 4 divisions, and the senior class into 16 groups. 

t The curriculum of Divisions 1 and 3 is given at the University and Mercy Hospitals simultaneously. There are 
4 groups of students assigned to each division. Two groups or one half the students of each division are assigned 
work for 4 weeks at each hospital. Students belonging to groups 1, 2, 9 and 10 report to the University Hospital 
for the 1st 4 weeks. Groups 3, 4, 11 and 12 report to Mercy. At the end of 4 weeks the students at the Univer- 
sity Hospital report to Mercy and the groups at Mercy report to the University Hospital for a similar period, thus com- 
pleting for eacb group involved one division of work. 



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AND COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



GRADUATES, JUNE 5, 4954 



Abrams, Samuel Joseph, B.A. Maryland 

Baitch, Arthur, B.S Maryland 

Bauernschub, George Marbry, Jr., 

B.S Maryland 

Bechtold, Jean Carol, B.S. . .Maryland 
Bernardo, Anthony A., B.S. 

Rhode Island 
Berntson, Dale Rampston, B.A... Utah 
Besson, Edwin Henry Taylor, B.S. 

Maryland 
Betz, Richard Norman, B.A. Maryland 
Blumenteld, Herbert Lee, B.S. 

Maryland 
Brown, Stuart Morton, B.S. Maryland 
Bullock, Allen Culpepper, Jr., B.S. 

Maine 
Carney, Mary Kathleen, B.A. 

Maryland 

Cohen, Earl, B.S Maryland 

CoYLE, Jean Marie, B.S Maryland 

Defendini, Efrain Antonio 

Puerto Rico 
DoRAN, William Francis, B.S. 

Pennsylvania 
Edwards, Arthur George, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 

Ellin, Morton Jack, B.S Maryland 

Ellis, Robert Haig, B.S. 

North Dakota 
Evans, Theodore Edward, B.S. 

Maryland 
Fitch, Charles Thomas, B.S. Maryland 
Forrest, Otto Norman, Jr., B.A. 

Maryland 
Framm, Daniel Herschel, B.S. 

Maryland 
Freed, Malcolm Felix, B.S. . . Maryland 

Fritz, George Suppes Maryland 

Fruth, Richard Lawrence, B.S., M.S. 

West Virginia 
Funkhouser, George Richard, B.S. 

Maryland 
Gable, Walter DeLay, B.S. . . Maryland 
Gerwig, John Monroe, Jr., B.A. 

Maryland 
Gessner, John Edward, B.S. Maryland 

Glick, Louis Michael Maryland 

Goldsmith, Ralph Samuel, B.S. 

Maryland 
Goldstein, Robert Bruce . . . Maryland 
Gunning, Jean- Jacques, B.A. 

Maryland 
Halgrimson, Kenneth Wayne, B.S. 

North Dakota 
Hammer, Charles John, Jr., B.A. 

Maryland 



Hartman, John Frederick, B.S. 

Maryland 
Harvey, Harold Dewey, B.A., B.S. 

Missouri 
Hatfield, William Henry, B.A. 

Maryland 
Hayes, James Westcott, B.A. 

Maryland 
Headley, William McKendree, B.S. 

Maryland 
Holcombe, Robert Calkins, B.A. 

Illinois 
HoPF, Edward Warren, B.S. Maryland 
Houpt, William Pierre, B.A. 

Maryland 
Hunt, Thomas Edward, Jr., B.A. 

West Virginia 
Jones, Richard Arvin, B.A.. .Maryland 
Jones, Rosella Edith, B.A. . .Maryland 
Kaplan, Irvin Bernard, B.S. Maryland 
Keefe, Raymond Bernard, B.S. 

Connecticut 
Kiester, Thomas Edward, B.A.. . .Ohio 
Klohr, Edward Smith, Jr.. . .Maryland 
Knotts, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., B.A. 

Florida 
Lavine, Stanford Abe, B.S. 

Pennsylvania 
Levin, Herbert Joseph, B.S. 

Maryland 
Levine, Hilbert Merrill, B.A. 

Maryland 

Levy, David Alfred, B.S Maryland 

LooFF, Davtd Henry, B.S. 

Washington 
Mawhinney, Charles, Jr., B.S. 

Pennsylvania 
McGoNiGLE, John Jerome, Jr., B.x\. 

Massachusetts 
Moss, Irwin Harold, B.A... .Maryland 
Mueller, Charles Herbert, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 
Mueller, Eugene Alexander, B.S. 

Ohio 

Murphy, John Daily, B.A Illinois 

Nafzinger, Moses Leroy, B.S. 

Maryland 

Nangle, Beverly B., B.A Maryland 

Nangle, Gerald Francis, B.A. 

Maryland 
Novey, Rjva Esther, A.B., M.S. 

Maryland 

NoYA, Joseph, B.S Maryland 

Owens, David, B.S Maryland 

Packard, Albert Gibson, Jr., B.A. 

Maryland 
Pats, Albert, B.S Maryland 



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Patten, David Hales, B.A.. .Maryland 
Perez-Arzola, Miguel. . . .Puerto Rico 

Rainess, Morris, B.A Maryland 

Roberts, Robert Reuel Richard, B.S. 

Maryland 

Schlenoff, AIilton, B.S Maryland 

Sh.^piro, Jerome Edwin, B.A. Maryland 
Shochet, Bernard Richard, B.S. 

Maryland 
Simpson, Marshall Albert . . Delaware 

Smyth, J. Walter, B.S Maryland 

Solon, Thomas John, B.S New York 

Stances ye, Thorlief Ludvig, Jr., A.B. 
North Dakota 
Teeter, James Herring, B.A. 

Maryland 
Thames, Rufus, B.S Florida 



Tracy, Harold Williams, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 

Trapnell, Henry Rogers Maryland 

Tublin, Ira Nathan, B.S Maryland 

Wall, George Harry, B.S Maryland 

Weiss, Harold Robert, B.S. .Maryland 
Welliver, Daniel Irvin, B.A. 

Maryland 
Welton, William Arch, Jr., B.A. 

West Virginia 
White, Kenneth Howard, Jr., B.A. 

Ohio 
Whittaker, Arthur Vance, B.S. 

Pennsylvania 

Wild, William Otto, B.S Ohio 

WoHL, Milton Jack, B.S Maryland 

YiM, Robert Earl, B.S Nevada 



HONORS 

University Prize Gold Medal 

George Suppes Fritz 

Certificate of Honor 



Ralph Samuel Goldsmith 
David Alfred Levy 



Albert Gibson Packard, Jr. 
Ira Nathan Tublin 



Kenneth Howard White, Jr. 

The Dr. A. Bradley Gaither Memorial Prize 
John F. Hartman 

The Dr. William D. Wolfe Memorial Prize and Certificate of 

Proficiency 
Walter DeLay Gable 

The Dr. Leonard M. Hummel Memorial Medal and Certificate of 

Proficiency 
Albert Gibson Packard, Jr. 



INTERNSHIPS— GRADUATES OF JUNE 5, 1954 
July 1, 1954-June 30, 1955 

Samuel Joseph Abrams Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, nc, Baltimore, Md. 

Arthur Baitch Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

George Marbry Bauernschub, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Jean Carol Bechtold Queens General Hospital, Jamaica, New York 

Anthony A. Bernardo Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Dale Rampton Berntson Dr. W. H. Groves Latter-Day Saints Hospital, 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Edwin H. T. Besson St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Richard Norman Betz Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Herbert Lee Blumenfeld Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Stuart Morton Brov^tn Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Allen Culpeper Bullock, Jr St. Mary's Memorial Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee 

Mary Kathleen Carney Baltimore City Hospitals, Baltimore, Md. 

Earl Cohen San Diego County General Hospital, San Diego, Cal. 

Jean Marie Coyle Baltimore City Hospitals, Baltimore, Md. 



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Efrain Antonio Defendini San Juan City Hospital, San Juan, Puerto Rico 

William Francis Doran St. Joseph's Hospital, Pittsburgh, Penna. 

Arthur George Edwards, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Morton J. Ellin Sinai Hospital of -Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Robert Haig Ellis Denver General Hospital, Denver, Colorado 

Theodore Edward Evans Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Charles Thomas Fitch University Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

0. Norman Forrest, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Daniel Herschel Framm Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Malcolm Felix Freed Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

George Suppes Fritz Mound Park Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida 

Richard Lawrence Fruth Ohio Valley General Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va. 

George Richard Funkhouser Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Walter DeLay Gable U.S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, California 

John Monroe Gerwig, Jr St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

John Edward Gessner Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Louis Michael Glick Mercy Hospital, Chicago, Illinois 

Ralph Samuel Goldsmith Walter Reed General Hospital, W^ashington, D. C. 

Robert Bruce Goldstein University Flospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

Jean- Jacques Gunning U.S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, California 

Kenneth Wayne Halgrimson Luther Hospital, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 

Charles John Hammer, Jr University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

John Fpjederick Hartman Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Harold Dewey Harvey Collis P. & Howard Huntington Memorial 

Hospital, Pasadena, California 

William Henry Hatfield St. Mary's Memorial Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee 

James Westcott Hayes Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

William McKendree Headley Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Robert Calkins Holcombe Bellevue Hospital, New York City, New York 

Edward Warren Hope Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

William Pierre Houpt Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Thomas Edward Hunt, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Richard Arvin Jones Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Rosella Edith Jones University of Chicago Clinics, Chicago, Illinois 

Irvin Bernard Kaplan U.S. Pubhc Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Raymond Bernard Keefe St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut 

Thomas Edward Kiester U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Edward Smith Klohr, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Benjamin Franklin Knotts, Jr Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Stanford A. Lavine Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Penna. 

Herbert Joseph Levin Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois 

HiLBERT Merrill Levine Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 

David Alfred Levy University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

David Henry Looff U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Charles Mawhinney, Jr York Hospital, York, Pennsylvania 

John Jerome McGonigle, Jr Carney Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 

Irwin Harold Moss University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Charles Herbert Mueller, Jr Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Eugene Alexander Mueller Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

John Daily Murphy University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Moses LeRoy Nafzinger Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Beverly Berck Nangle Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Gerald Francis Nangle University Hoe^^ital, Baltimore, Md. 

Rita Novey. Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Joseph John Noya Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

David Owens Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Albert Gibson Packard, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Albert Pats Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

David Hales Patten University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Miguel Perez-Arzola San Juan City Hospital, San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Morris Rainess Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Robert Reuel Richard Roberts St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, Illinois 

Milton Schlenoff Lutheran Hospital of Maryland, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 



116 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Jerome Edwin Shapiro St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Bernard Richard Shochet U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Marshall Albert Simpson Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, California 

J. Walter Smyth University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Thomas John Solon Meadowbrook Hospital, Hempstead, New York 

Thorlief Ludwig Stangebye, Jr City of Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, Mich. 

James Herring Teeter Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

RuFus Thames Duval Medical Center, Jacksonville, Florida 

Harold William Tracy, Jr U.S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Henry Rogers Trapnell U.S. Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Ira Nathan Tublin Gallinger Municipal Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

George Harry Wall Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Harold Robert Weiss University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Daniel Irvin Wellivter University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

William Arch Welton Meadowbrook Hospital, Long Island, New York 

KentsETH Howard White, Jr Youngstown Hospital Association, Youngstown, Ohio 

Arthur Vance Whittaker Youngstown Hospital Association, Youngstown, Ohio 

William Otto Wild St. Luke's Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio 

Milton Jack Wohl Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 

Robert Earl Yim University Hospital, Baltimore, Md 

MATRICULANTS 
SENIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 TO JUNE 5, 1954 

Abrams, S.amuel Joseph, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Baitch, Arthur, B.S., University of Marylaitd, 1952 Maryland 

Bauernschub, George Marbry, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Bechtold, Jean Carol, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Bernardo, Anthony A., B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Rhode Island 

Berntson, Dale Rami^ston, A.B., University of Utah, 1950 Utah 

Besson, Edwin Henry Taylor, B.S., Washington College, 1950 Maryland 

Betz, Richard Norman, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Blumenfeld, Herbert Lee, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Brown, Stuart Morton, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Bullock, Allen Culpepper, Jr., B.S., Bates College, 1950 Maine 

Carney, Mary Kathleen, A.B., College of Notre Dame, 1950 Maryland 

Cohen, Earl. B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Coyle, Jean Marie, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Defendini, Efrain Antonio, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Doran, William Francis, B.S., Allegheny College, 1950 Pennsylvania 

Edwards, Arthur George, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Ellin, Morton Jack. B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Ellis, Robert Haig, B.S., University of North Dakota, 1950, University of 

North Dakota Medical School, 1950-1952 North Dakota 

Evans, Theodore Edward, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Fitch, Charles Thomas, B.S., George Washington University, 1950 Maryland 

Forrest, Otto Norman, Jr., A.B., Duke University, 1949 Maryland 

Framm, Daniel Herschel, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Freed, Malcolm Feldc, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Fritz, George Suppes, University of Maryland Maryland 

Fruth, Richard Lawrence, A.B., M.S., W. Va. University, 1949, 1950 West Virginia 

Funkhoqser, George Richapjd, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950. . . .Maryland 

Gable, Walter DeLay, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Gerwig, John Monroe, Jr., B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Mar>'land 

Gessner, John Edward, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Glick, Louis Michael, Mt. St. Mary's College Maryland 

Goldsmith, Ralph Samuel, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950 Maryland 

Goldstein, Robert Bruce, University of Maryland- Maryland 

Gunning, Jean Jacques, A.B., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Halgrimson, Kenneth Wayne, B.S., College of Idaho, 1950 North Dakota 

Hammer, Charles John, Jr., A.B., Western Maryland College. 1950 Maryland 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 117 

Hartman, John Frederick. B.S., Loyola Clllege, 1950 Maryland 

Harvey, Harold Dewey, A.B., B.S., Southwest Missouri State Coll., 1950. . . .Missouri 

Hateield, William Henry, A.B., St. John's College, 1941 Maryland 

Hayes, James VVestcott, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Headley, William McKendree, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Holcombe, Robert Calkins, A.B., Washington University, 1950 Illinois 

Hope, Edward Warren, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

HouPT, William Pierre, A.B., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Hunt, Thomas Edward, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1950 West Virginia 

Jones, Richard Arvin, A.B., Bridgewater College, 1950 Maryland 

Jones, Rosella Edith, A.B., Indiana University, 1949 Maryland 

Kaplan, Irvin Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

Keefe, Raymond Bernard, B.S., College of the Holy Cross, 1950 Connecticut 

KiESTER, Thomas Edward, A.B., Wittenberg College, 1950 Ohio 

Klohr, Edward Smith, Jr., Western Maryland College Maryland 

Knotts, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., A.B., Duke University, 1950 Florida 

Lavine, Stanford A, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Pennsylvania 

Levin, Herbert Joseph, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Levine, Hilbert Merrill, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Levy, David Alfred, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

LooFF, David Henry, B.S., State College of Washington, 1950 Washington 

Mawhinney, Charles, Jr., B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1948 Pennsylvania 

McGonigle, John Jerome, Jr., A.B., Holy Cross College, 1950 Massachusetts 

Moss, Irwin Harold, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Mueller, Charles Herbert, Jr., B.S., Whealon College, 1940 Maryland 

Mueller, Eugene Alexander, B.S., Mt. Union College, 1949 Ohio 

Murphy, John Daily, A.B., Centre College, 1950 Illinois 

Nafzinger, Moses Leroy, B.S., Juniata College, 1950 Maryland 

Nangle, Beverly B., A.B., Asbury College, 1950 Maryland 

Nangle, Gerald Francis, A.B., Ohio State University, 1948 Maryland 

NovEY, RivA Esther, A.B., Gaucher College, 1935, M.S., Smith College 1938. . .Maryland 

NoYA, Joseph, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1950 Maryland 

Owens, David, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Packard, Albert Gibson, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Pats, Albert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Patten, David Hales, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Perez -Arzola, Miguel, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Rabb, Hellmuth, Florida Southern College Maryland 

Rainess, Morris, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1950 Maryland 

Roberts, Robert Reuel Richard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Schlenoff, Milton, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Shapiro, Jerome Edwin, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1949 Maryland 

Shochet, Bernard Richard, B.S., University of Maryland^ 1952 Maryland 

Simpson, Marshall Albert, Western Maryland College Delaware 

Smyth, James Walter, B.S., Loyola College, 1950 Maryland 

Solon, Thomas John. B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 New York 

Stangebye, Thorlief Ludvig, Jr., B.A., University of North Dakota, 1950, 

University of North Dakota Medical School, 1950-1952 North Dakota 

Teeter, James Herring, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1950 Maryland 

Thames, Rufus, B.S., University of Florida, 1950 Florida 

Tracy, Harold William, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Trapnell, Henry Rogers, University of Virginia Maryland 

Tublin, Ira Nathan, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Wall, George Harry, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Weiss, Harold Robert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Welliver, Daniel Irvin, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Welton, William Arch, Jr., B.A., Harvard University, 1950 West Virginia 

White, Kenneth Howard, Jr., B.A., Youngstown College, 1950 Ohio 

Whittaker, Arthur Vance, B.S., Geneva College, 1949 Pennsylvania 

Wild, William Otto, B.S., Mt. Union College, 1950 Ohio 

Wohl, Milton Jack, B.S., University of Dayton, 1950 Maryland 

YiM, Robert Earl, B.S., University of Nevada, 1950 Nevada 



118 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

JUNIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 TO JUNE 5, 1954 

Albrecht, John George, Adelpiti College New York 

Baer, George Kohler, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 195 1 Maryland 

Balcerzak, Stanley Paul, Jr., University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 

Ball, James John, University of Illinois Maryland 

Barnett, Robert Maitland, Jr., College of Charleston South Carolina 

Benitez-Van Rhyn, Eugenio Enrique, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 

1951 Puerto Rico 

Beyer, Otto Christian, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Blankman, Norman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Bradley, Albert Bennett, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Brunschwyler, Philip Craig, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

BuLLARD, Foster Lucius, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1951 Florida 

Cameron, Donald Chisholm, B.A., University of Delaware, 1951 Delaware 

Capel, Neal Conrad, B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Cavallaro, Joseph William, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Charles, Roderick Edward, B.S., Howard University, 1951 Maryland 

Close, James McClay, B.A., Virginia Military Institute, 1951 Maryland 

Cohen, Jonas Kolker, A.B., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Cole, Roger Willard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Cornell, Roger Detlef, B.S., Davidson College, 1951 Maryland 

Cowan, Thomas Warner, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Pennsylvania 

Cox, Everard Francis, B ,S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Daly, Mary Viola, B.S., American University 1950; M.S., Iowa State 

College, 1951 Maryland 

Dann, Theodore Alvin B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Darrell, John Joseph, * Loyola College Maryland 

Davis, Thomas Edward, A.B., Washington & Lee University, 1951 Maryland 

Dembo, Donald Howard, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Deederichs, Henry August, A.B., Wittenberg College, 1951 Ohio 

DvORiNE, William, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1950 Maryland 

Engers, John Albert, Jr., B.S., Georgetown University, 1950 Maryland 

Eshelman, Joseph Chalice, University of Maryland Maryland 

Feldman, Martin Jerome, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Frederick, James Nelson, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Friskey, George Hamilton, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Galloway, Charles Barton, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Gauld, John Ross, A.B., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Gelhaus, Vernon Maynard, Loyola College Maryland 

GiEFORD, George Edmund, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Gilmore, George Travers, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 .Maryland 

Goldberg, Julian Robert, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

GoLDENER, Marvlnt Alfred, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

GosHORN, Gary Swan, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Harris, Daniel Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Hecker, Alvin Wilfred, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Herbst, Harry Herman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Higman, Henry Booth, A.B., St. Johns College, 1950 Maryland 

Himmler, Walter Norman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Hollister, William, Jr., B.S., Davidson College, 1951 North Carolina 

Hopkins, Peter Holmes, B.S., Randolph-Macon College, 1951 Maryland 

Hudson, Paul Carroll, A.B., Princeton University, 1948 Maryland 

Hughes, James Lewis, B.S., Georgetown University, 1951 Maryland 

Iwantsch, Alfred Edmund, Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

James, Walter Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 — ^ Maryland 

Kappelman, Murray Martin, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Keefe, William Peter, B.S., College of the Holy Cross, 1951 Connecticut 

Keegan, James Thomas, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1951 Connecticut 

KiMMEL, Louis Edmund, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

King, Daneel Denoon, Jr., B.S., College of William and Mary, 1951 Maryland 

Kirby, William Henry, Jr., B.E., Johns Hopkins University, 1943, M.S. Johns 

Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Klugman, Yale Lee, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 



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KooNS, Charles Ronald, B.S., Purdue University, 1951 New Jersey 

Kramer, Morton David, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Krone, William Frank, Jr., A.B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1951. . . .Maryland 

Lancaster, Robert Gregory, Gonzaga University Washington 

Law, Norman Wilbur, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Leighton, Richard Frederick, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1951 Maryland 

Leipold, Ernest Adam, Jr., Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Lewandowski, Anthony Adam, A.B., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

LoNGO, Frank Walter, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Connecticut 

Lytton, Sidney Melbourne, Jr., A.B., University oj Maryland, 1949 Maryland 

McGowAN, John Peter, B.S., St. John's University, 1951 New York 

McIntyre, David Beck, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Mendelson, Jack Harold, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland 

MiKOLOSKi, Vincent Stanley, Jr., A.B., Clark University, 1951 Massachusetts 

Mooney, Albert Lee, B.S., Washington College, 1943 Maryland 

Morningstar, George Leo, A.B., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Morse, Leonard Jack, A.B., American hiternational College, 1951 Massachusetts 

Mueller, Paul Godfrey, Loyola College Maryland 

Murphy, James Thomas, B.S., Notre Dame University, 1953; University of North 

Dakota Medical School 1951-1953 North Dakota 

Nataro, Frank Robert D'Anneo, A.B., Yale University, 1947, M.B.A., Colum- 
bia University, 1951 New Jersey 

Neeley, James Patton, Jr., B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

PoLis, George Nicholas, B.S., Georgetown University, 1951 District of Columbia 

Poppic, Robert William, B.A., University of North Dakota, 1953; University of 

North Dakota Medical School, 1951-1953 North Dakota 

Pratt, Charles Benton, Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1951.. .North Carohna 

Raskin, Joan, A.B., Gaucher College, 1951 Maryland 

Samorodin, Violet Selma, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Sax, Albert Morton, B.S., Western Reserve University, 1951 Maryland 

Schanberger, John Edward, A.B., Loyola College, 1951 Maryland 

Shirey, Robert Garland, B.S., West Virginia University, 1951 West Virginia 

Small, Richard El wood, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1951 Pennsylvania 

Snyder, Clovis Marene, A.B., Washington and Lee University, 1951 Maryland 

Spock, Alexander, B.S., Loyola College, 1951 Pennsylvania 

Staggers, Phillip Gary, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 West Virginia 

Sterling, William Norton, B.S., George Washington University, 1951 

District of Columbia 

Stewart, Donald Wallace, B.S., Morgan State College, 1951 Maryland 

Stitcher, Joseph Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Sussman, Karl Edgar, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Thorpe, Peter Van Boekel, A.B., Brown University, 1941 Maryland 

Walton, Fred Richard, A.B., Indiana University, 1950 Indiana 

Ward, Ann Marie, A.B., Barnard College, 1951 .....' New Jersey 

Welling, Charles Clark, B.S., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Yousem, Herbert Leonard, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

SOPHOMORE CLASS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 TO JUNE 5, 1954 

Abeshouse, George Alan, A.B., Yale University, 1952 Mar>iand 

Adams, John Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Adkins, Robert Thomas, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Anderson, Daniel Gilliford, B.S., Mtiskingtcm College, 1952 Pennsylvania 

AuLT, Virginia Lee, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Baer, Henry Allen, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Barchet, Stephen, Brown University Illinois 

Belgrad, Richard, B.S., Loyola College, 1954 Maryland 

Bellomo, Frank Rocco, B.S., Loyola College, 1952 New Jersey 

Bennion, Jerald Horne, B.S., University of Utah, 1952 Utah 

BiALEK, Stanley Morris, B.S., George Washington University, 1952. .District of Columbia 

Blue, Morris Larrie, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Bongardt, Henry Francis, Jr., A.B., Loyola College, 1952 Maryland 

Brown, Ernest Owen, B.S., Morgan State College, 1952 Maryland 

Burningham, Richard Alvin, A.B., University of Southern California, 1951 . .CaUfornia 



120 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Bur WEIL, James Abraham, A.B., University of Piltshurgh, 1952 Pennsylvania 

Byrne, Robert James, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Carski, Theodore Robert, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Castellano, James, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 New York 

Chase, James McAllister, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Delaware 

Cohen, William, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Cohen, William Coleman, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

COLLAWN, Thomas Herbert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Davidson, David Lee, A.B., Cornell University, 1952'. Maryland 

DoRSEY, James Thomas, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1952 Maryland 

Downing, John Dent, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Eglseder, Lud wig Joseph, University of Maryland Maryland 

EsTES, James Tilford, University of Maryland Maryland 

Farmer, Richard Gilbert, Indiana University Indiana 

FiNEGOLD, Richard Allen, University of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 

Foster, Giraud Vernam, B.S., Trinity College, 1952 Maryland 

Franco, Jorge Alfonso, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Franklin, Marshall Burton, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1952. . . .Maryland 

Frohlich, Edward Davtd, A.B., Washington and Jeferson College, 1952 Maryland 

Grigoleit, Alfred William, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Hawkins, Joslas Henry, Jr., A.B., George Washington University, 1952 Maryland 

Headley, Robert Nelson, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Henderson, Neil Carlton, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 New York 

Hersperger, Webb Sellman, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Hoffman, Lee, B.A., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Hooper, Virgil Roy, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Hummel, Ralph Turner, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

HuRwiTZ, Gilbert Earl, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

IvENS, Betty Irene, B.S., Washington College, 1952 Maryland 

Jackson, Thomas Davtd, A.B., West Virginia University, 1952 Maryland 

Johnston, Daniel Fulper, A.B., Princeton University, 1952 Maryland 

Kanner, Albert Victor, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Kaplan, Robert Martin, A.B., University of Michigan, 1952 Maryland 

Kellam, Sheppard Gordon, B.S., Loyola College, 1954 Maryland 

Kelly, John Edward, Jr., B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1952 New York 

King, Charles Herschel, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Klatt, Kenneth Munson, University of Delaware Maryland 

Knowles, Paul William, University of Utah Utah 

Roller, Elmer Curtis, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Kramer, Bernard, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Kramer, H. Coleman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Kress, Scheldon, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 District of Columbia 

Lancaster, Louis James, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1952 Maryland 

Lanzi, Joseph Gabriel, B.S. , Loyola College, 1954 Maryland 

Laughlin, Carl Patrick, V/est Virginia University West Virginia 

Lee, Mathew Hung Mun, Johns Hopkins Umversiiy Hawaii 

Lemmert, William Arden,. B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Littleton, John Breckenridge, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Lloyd, William Thomas, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Love, Thomas Ankarcrona, University of Maryland Maryland 

Maggid, Gerald Norton, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Mahon, Robert Joseph, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Mangus, Samuel James, Washington College Maryland 

Marton, Herbert Miles, A.B., Brown University, 1952 New York 

McLAUGHLiNf, Joseph Sheffer, B.S., Loyola College, 1954 Maryland 

MuTH, Robert Gabriel, Loyola College Maryland 

Myers, Richard Ira, B.S., George Washington University, 1952 Pennsylvania 

NowELL, John Francis, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

OsTEEN, Clark Lamont, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

OuRSLER, David Alan, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Palmer, William Martin, University of Utah Maryland 

Pickett, Wilbur Crafts, Jr., B.S., Washington and Lee University, 1952 — Maryland 
Platt, Marvin Stanley, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 



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Plumb, Richard Leon, B.S., Randolph-Macon College, 1952.. ..District of Columbia 

Pollack, Irvin Paul, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1932 Maryland 

Reahl, George Edward, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1954 Maryland 

Rodman, Harold Irvin, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1952 Maryland 

Ross, Harry Paul, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Sanislow, Charles Andrew, Jr., B S., Rutgers University, 1952 New Jersey 

Schuster, Gerald David, B.S., University of Marylayid, 1952 Maryland 

Shannon, Marvin Lou, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Shaub, Roy Otis, University of Utah Utah 

SiNTON, William Allen, Jr., B.S., College of William & Mary, 1952 Maryland 

Skaggs, James William, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1952 West Virginia 

Slater, Paul Vernon, A.B., West Virginia University, 1^52 West Virginia 

Smith, George Thomas, B.S., University of Maryland^ 1954 West Virginia 

SowELL, George Alexander, B.S., The Citadel, 1952 Maryland 

Stovin, James Joseph, A.B., Yale University, 1952 New York 

Stuck, Robert George, B.S., Washington College, 1952 New York 

Sturgeon, Howard Elbert, A.B., University of Virginia, 1952 Mar}>land 

Trainis, Evelyn Anna, A.B., Goticher College, 1952 Maryland 

Trucker, Albert Leroy, Jr., B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 Maryland 

Truitt, Virginia Harrington, B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Whiteford, Edwin Warfield, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1952 Maryland 

Williams, John Zigler, B.S., University of Maryland, 1954 Maryland 

Wilson, Harry Davis, Jr., A.B., Amherst College, 1952 Maryland 

Wright, Robert Lee, B.S., Kent State University, 1951 Ohio 

FRESHMAN CLASS, September 17, 1953 to June 5, 1954 

Abrahams, Stuart Joel, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1953 Maryland 

Aftandilian, Emil Emanuel, University of Maryland Iran 

Allen, Charles James, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 New Jersey 

Balco, Selina Gloria, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Bathon, Bernard Neil, B.S., Loyola College, 1953 Maryland 

Beeby, James Leonard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Berger, Ronald Richard, University of Maryland Maryland 

Blackwell, Arnold Dean, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Alabama 

BORMEL, Paul, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

BouzouKis, James Kostas, A.B., Harvard College, 1952 New Hampshire 

Brooks, Herbert Edwin, A.B., Wabash College, 1951 Maryland 

BucY, Donald Louis, B.S., Georgetoum University, 1953 Maryland 

Bulkeley, John Thomas, B.S., Salisbury State Teachers College, 1951 Maryland 

Burchell, Mary Cecelia, A.B., Columbia University, 1951 Massachusetts 

Butt, Harvey Rudolph, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Calciano, Anthony James, University of Vermont Connecticut 

Cameron, Ronald Ross, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 Maryland 

Carlin, Robert Anthony, University of Maryland New Jersey 

Chun, Gayne, A.B., Boston University, 1951; M.S., University of Wisconsin, 

1953 Hawaii 

Cohen, Marvin, University of Maryland Maryland 

Conway, John Vincent, B.S., University of Delaware, 1952 Delaware 

Dean, Joseph Oliver, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Engnoth, Milton Loring, University of Maryland Maryland 

Ericsson, Arthur Dale, B.S., University of Miami, 1953 Florida 

Feldstein, Marvin Allen, Loyola College Maryland 

Fiocco, Vincent James, Columbia University New York 

Fitch, Harry John, B.S., University of Maryland, 1951 Maryland 

Gallo, Sebastian John, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 Connecticut 

Garcia, Nicolas Antonio, III, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 Puerto Rico 

Gauthier, Donald William, A.B., St. Anselm's College, 1953 New Hampshire 

Gerber, Allen Sidney, University of Maryland Maryland 

Ghazi, Bozorg Taghi, University of Maryland Iran 

Gilbert, Verne Ephraim, A.B., University of California, 1953 California 

GiLMORE, LoRETTA Ann Kurz, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Grant, Harry Clifford, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1946 Maryland 

Hamblin, Eldon Benorr, B.S., University of Utah, 1953 Arizona 



122 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Hammann, John Henry, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1953 Maryland 

Hammond, Anthony Francis, Jr., B.S., Selon Hall University, 1953 New Jersey 

Hanashiro, Paul Katsuto, A.B., Indiana University, 1953 Hawaii 

Henderson, Charles IMorgan, University of Maryland Maryland 

Hettleman, Harold Jack, B.S., Loyola College, 1953 Maryland 

Hickman, Robert Othello, A.B., University of Utah, 1951 Utah 

Ho, Richard Koon Bow, A.B., University of Hawaii, 1951; M.S., University of 

Hawaii, 1953 Hawaii 

HoLDEFER, Wilfred Ferber, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1952 Maryland 

Hughes, William Francis Xavier, A.B., Georgetown University Maryland 

Jelenko, Carl, III, B.S., Loyola College, 1953 Maryland 

Jones, Norman Paul, Georgetown University Maryland 

Kahan, Edwin Louis, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Kennedy, William Frank, Jr., B.S., Bates College, 1952 Maine 

KoGAN, Leonard Louis, Dartmouth College Maryland 

Kronthal, Herbert Lee, University of Maryland Maryland 

Lansinger, Donald Tyson, Loyola College Maryland 

Largey, David Poole, A.B., Washington and Lee University, 1950 Pennsylvania 

L.'\STER, James Preston, B.S., Loyola College, 1948 Maryland 

Laughlin, Joseph Chorpening, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Lentz, George Alvin, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 Maryland 

Lerner, Sidney Isaac, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Levin, Richard Leonard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Lynch, Peter Paul, Moimt St. Mary's College Massachusetts 

Macek, Francis John, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1953 Maryland 

Mehlhop, Feed Henry, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 New York 

Moomau, Frederick, A.B., West Virginia University, 1953 West Virginia 

Mullan, Paul Aloysius, B.S., Seton Hall University, 1952 New Jersey 

Nasdor, Herbert H.\r\'ey, Loyola College Maryland 

Neale, Leonard Ernest, III, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

NiZNiK, Theodore Thaddeus, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1953 Maryland 

Oliveras-Armstrong, Francisco En-rique, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Oppegard, Charles Roger, University of Maryland Maryland 

Parker, Charles Edwin, A.B., University of Utah Utah 

Plugge, Frederick W^illiam, IV, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1953 

District of Columbia 

Poland, Warren Saul, University of Maryland Maryland 

Quinones-Segarra, Jose Georgino, B.S., University of Puerto Rico, 1953. .Puerto Rico 

Rairigh, Donald Wilson, Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Raleigh, John Joseph, B.S., Roanoke College, 1952 New York 

Randall, Louis Leroy, B.S., Morgan State College, 1953 Maryland 

Rappoport, William Joseph, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 Maryland 

Reba, Richard Charnt:y, Loyola College Maryland 

Restivo, Marion Charles, A.B., Loyola College, 1953 Maryland 

Rever, George Wright, B.S., University of Maryland, 1950 Maryland 

Robinson, Lynt^ BENN^ON, B.S., University of Utah, 1953 Utah 

Rollins, Clarence Hentiy, B.S., Washington College, 1953 Maryland 

Ross, Philip Harold, Jr., B.S., Washington College Maryland 

Schmukler, Morton, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 Maryland 

Schocket, Lee Irwin, University of Maryland Maryland 

Schwartz, Franklin David, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shapiro, Morton Walter, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shaw^ George Patrick, B.S., Alma College, 1953 Michigan 

Shaw, Walter Morgan, A.B., Lafayette College, 1951 Ohio 

Shear, Leroy, A.B., Johns Hopkins University 1953 Maryland 

SiEGEL, Howard Sheldon, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1953 Ohio 

Simmons, Willl\m Arthur, A.B., West Virginia University, 1953 West Virginia 

Spence, Kent^th Franklin, Jr., B.S., Washington and Lee University, 1953. .Maryland 

Spencer, Maitland G., B.S., Brigham Young University, 1953 Utah 

Spencer, Max Jay, B.S., University of Utah, 1952 Utah 

Stang, Mary Louise, B.S., University of Maryland, 1953 Maryland 

Stout, Landon Clarke, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Stringham, James Grant, B.S., University of Utah, 1952 Utah 



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Todd, Nevins Woodcock, Jr., Syracuse University Maryland 

Trupp, Michael Saron, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1953 Maryland 

Whitsitt, Charles Emory, A.B., Washington College, 1953 Maryland 

WiLNER, Harvey Ira, New York University; University of Vermont New York 

Wilson, Ray Austin, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1953 Pennsylvania 

Young, Virginia Elizabeth, A.B., Vassar College, 1953 IMaryland 

ZuLLO, Leonard Michael, University of Maryland Maryland 

INTRAMURAL POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 

July 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954 

Basic Sclences as they Apply to the Practice of Medicint: 

Adams, George, M.D. Baltimore, Md. Howard University 

Almogela, M. M., M.D. San Manuel, Philippines Manila Central University 

Alonso-Lej, Fernando, Saragoza, Spain Univ. oj Saragoza, Spain 

M.D. 

Apellanes, Alejandro, Tayug, Philippines Manila Central Uniiersity 

M.D. 

Baermann,Wilhelm,M.D. Frammersbach, Germany Univ. of Berlin 

Bayer, Ira E., M.D. Baltimore, Md. University of Maryland 

Bazin, Francis J., M.D. Paris, France Facnlte de Neducime de 

Paris 

Beck, Richard R., M.D. Newfield, N. J. Temple University 

Berrios-Jiminez, Puerto Rico University of Marylatid 

Osavldo, M.D. 

Borden, Melvin, M.D. Baltimore, Md. University of Maryland 

Brown, Leigh B., M.D. Alberta, Canada University of Alberta, 

Canada 

Cabacungan, Crisologo, Manila, Philippines Univ. of the Philippines 

M.D. 

Chang, Mary, M.D. Tainan, Formosa Med. College of Cheeloo, 

China 

Chang, Feng-Hsiao, M.D. Tainan, Formosa Northwestern Med. School of 

China 

CoKER, Odom N., M.D. Orangeburg, S. C. Meharry Medical College 

Correa, Milagros, M.D. Quezon, Philippines Univ. of Santo Tomas, 

Philippines 

Cowley, R. Adams, M.D. Baltimore, Maryland University of Maryland 

Cresencia, Guillermo, Philiopine Islands Manila Central Universitv 

M.D. 

Cruz, Teofilo, M.D. Santa Maria, Philippines Manila Central University 

Dane, Lear W., M.D. New Orleans, La. Tulane Medical School 

Davenport, Oliver W., Clinton, Arkansas Universitv of Arkansas 

M.D. 

Dawson, David F., M.D. Newport, Arkansas University of Arkansas 

Decko, Ernest L, M.D. Celte, Yugoslovia Johann Wolfgang Goethe 

Univ. 

EspiNOSA, Fabian C, Buenos Aires, Argentina Universidad Central Quito- 

M.D. Ecuador 

Fernandez, Claudio, Monterrey, Mexico Universidad de Nncvo Leon 

M.D. 

Garcia, Ignacio T., M.D. Mabalacat, Philippines Manila Central Uniiersity 

Garcia, Oscar P., M.D. Havana, Cuba University of Havana, Cuba 

GiLKES, Evan, M.D. Baltimore, Md. Howard University 

Goco, RoMULO v., M.D. Manila, Philippines University of the Philippines 

Grant, James P., M.D. Baltimore, Md. Meharry Medical College 

Guyther, J. Roy, M.D. Mechanicsville, IMd. University of Maryland 

KuDiRKA, Justin, M.D. Baltimore, Md. Vytautas DeBreat, Kaunas, 

Lithuania 

L.\ZARO, Benigno Del R., Rizal, Philippines Manila Central Universitv 

M.D. 

Legaspi, Anselmo B., Makato, Philippines Manila Central University 

M.D. 



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Lenicer, Luther A., M.D. 
Levy, Kurt, M.D. 

Leyno, Jorge R., M.D. 
Lopez, Lorenzo B., M.D. 
Mass, Christian S., M.D. 

Meyers, Usher, M.D. 
NouRi, Jahngeer, M.D. 
Obsequio, Benjamin, M.D. 
OcHOTA, Leszek, M.D. 
O'DoNNELL, Charles F., 

M.D. 
Palarca, Victoria L., 

M.D. 
Paraiso, Antonio Q., 

M.D. 
Santamaria, Clara, M.D. 
Santiago, Nathaniel C, 

M.D. 
ScALiA, Samuel P., M.D. 
ScHAERF, Herman, M.D. 

Schimert, George, M.D. 
Sebastian, Ruben, M.D. 

TiRABUTANA, ChALARD, 

M.D. 
Tolentino, Ernesto, 

M.D. 
Valsamidis, Pelopida, 

M.D. 
Velez, Baltasar B., M.D. 
Vincente, Alejandro, 

M.D. 
Weaver, Maybelle, M.D. 
Wells, George E., Jr., 

M.D. 
Winnacott, Charles H., 

M.D. 
Woodland, Charles T., 

M.D. 
Yeh, Samuel, M.D. 



Harrisburg, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 

San Antonio, Philippines 
Philippine Islands 
Clifton, N. J. 

Erie, Pa. 
Tehran, Iran 
Sanchez, Philippines 
Free City of Danzig 
Towson, Maryland 

Manila, Philippines 

Rizal, PhiUppines 

Coveleta Cavite, PhiUppines 
Manila, Philippines 

Pikesville, Md. 
Basle, Switzerland 

Baltimore, Md. 
Hadonoy, PhiUppines 

Ubol, Thailand 

Cebu City, PhiUppines 

Long Island, N. Y. 

Havana, Cuba 
Manila, PhiUppines 

Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Ridgely, Maryland 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Taipei, Formosa 



University of Maryland 
University of Cologne, 

Germany 
Manila Central University 
Manila Central University 
Philip ps- University, 

Germany 
University of Pa. 
Tehran University 
University of the Philippines 
Univ. of Zurich, Switzerland 
University of Maryland 

Univ. of Santo Tomas, 

Philippines 
Univ. of the Philippines 

Univ. of the Philippines 
Univ. of Santo Tomas 

Hahnemann Med. College 
Med. Faculty of Univ. of 

Basle 
Univ. of Budapest 
Univ. of Santo Tomas, 

Philippines 
Med. Science Univ. of 

Thailand 
Univ. of the Philippines 

University of Istanbul 

Havana Medical School 
Univ. of Santo Tomas 

Meharry Medical College 
Johns Hopkins Med. School 

Lond Island College of 

Medicine 
Howard University 

National Defense Med. 
Center, Shanghai 



Surgical Anatomy 

Angelo, John J., M.D. 
Bair, Robert C, M.D. 
Baranowski, J. a., M.D. 

Brumbach, Harry, Jr., 

M.D. 
Cabacungan, Crisalogo, 

M.D. 
CoKER, Odom N., M.D. 
Gomez, Jaime V., M.D. 
Haynes, John D., M.D. 
Lasher, Jay D., M.D. 

Mitchell, John A., M.D. 
MooNEY, Felix P., M.D. 
Marcus, Moore, M.D. 
NouRi, Jahngeer, M.D. 
Prezioso, Fausto, M.D. 



Baltimore, Md. 
New Hope, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Narvacan, Philippines 

Orangeburg, S. C. 
Hog, PhiUppines 
Ontario, Canada 
Erie, Pa. 

Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Tehran, Iran 
Rome, Italy 



Univ. of Pa. 
Jeferson Med. College 
Georgetown Univ. Med. 

School 
N.Y.U. College of Medicine 

University of the Philippines 

Meharry Med. College 
Univ. of the Philippines 
Queen's University 
Geo. Washington Univ. Med. 

School 
University of Maryland 
Univ. of Illinois Med. School 
Howard University 
Tehran University 
University of Rome 



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ScHiMERT, George, M.D. Stuttgart, Germany • University of Budapest 

ScHNAUFFER, LouiSE, M.D. Ruxton, Md. Women's Med. College of Pa. 

Seaton, Ronald S., M.D. Baltimore, Md. Johns Hopkins Med. School 

Senn, Loren E., M.D. Columbus 2, Ohio Ohio State Univ. 

Sharp, Nathajhel, M.D. Baltimore, Md. Univ. of Md. 

ToLENTiNO, Ernesto, M.D. Cebu City, Philippines Univ. of the Philippines 

Experimental Surgery 

From Baltimore City Hospitals 

John H. Coles, M.D. Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt Univ. Med. 

School 

Henrique B. DeMoraes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Escola de Medicina y 

M.D. Cirurgia 

ScHiMERT, George, M.D. Stuttgart, Germany Univ. of Budapest 

From Mercy Hospital 
Ira B. Anderson, M.D. Lake, Mississippi Tulane Univ. 

Fausto M. Prezioso, Rome, Italy University of Rome 

M.D. 

From University Hospital 
Nestor Flor de The Philippines Univ. of the Philippines 

Venecia, M.D. 
Albert R. Guiterrez Tampa, Florida University of Madrid 

Charles E. Simons, Jr. Missoula, Montana University of Washington, 

Seattle 

SUMMARY OF STUDENTS 

September 17, 1953 to June 5, 1954 

Medical Students Male Female Total 

Senior Class 91 6 97 

Junior Class 97 4 101 

Sophomore Class 98 4 102 

Freshman Class 99 5 104 

Medical Students 385 19 404 

Intramural Post-Graduate Students 187 8 195 



572 



27 



599 



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS 



September 17, 1953 to June 5, 1954 



Alabama .... 


1 


Arizona 


1 


California 


3 


Connecticut. 


6 


Delaware 


4 


District of Columbia. 


5 


Florida 


4 


Illinois 


3 


Indiana 


2 


Maine 


2 


Maryland 


265 


Massachusetts 


5 


Michigan 


1 


Missouri 


1 


Nevada 


1 


New Hampshire 

New Jersey 


2 

10 



New York 13 

North Carohna 2 

North Dakota 5 

Ohio 8 

Pennsylvania 14 

Rhode Island i 1 

South CaroUna 1 

Utah 13 

Washington 2 

West Virginia 16 



United States 

Hawaii 

Puerto Rico 



Possessions 



Foreign 



Iran. 



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MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 1954-1955 

(Term beginning July 1, 1954 and ending June 30, 1955) 

President 

Frank J. Geraghty, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents 

William B. Long, Jr., M.D. Harold VV. Eliason, M.D. Walter Merkel, M.D. 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Secretary Patrick Phelan, M.D., Assistant Secretary 

William H. Triplett, M.D., Director 



Board of Directors 

Louis H, Douglass, M.D., Chairman 
Frank J. Geraghty, M.D. 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D. 
Patrick Phelan, M.D. 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
George H. Yeager, M.D. 
Simon Brager, M.D. 
Oliver Lloyd, M.D. 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 

Nominating Committee 
Arthur Siwinski, M.D., Chairman 
Gibson J. Wells, M.D. 
Emanuel Schimunek, M.D. 
Dexter L. Reimann, M.D. 
Edwin S. Muller, M.D. 



Library Committee 
Milton S. Sacks, M.D. 
Representatives to General Alumni Board 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 

Representatives, Editorial Board, Bulletin 
Harry C. Hull, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
Frank J. Geraghty, M.D. (ex-oflBicio) 

Representatives, Advisory Board of the 
Facidty 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D. 



ENDOWMENT FUND 

The following constitute the Board of Trustees of this Fund: 



Arthur M. Shipley, Chairman 
Robertson Giuswold 
Harry Clifton Byrd 
Albert Burns 



H. Boyd Wylie, Secy.-Treas. 

Charles Reid Edwards 

Horace E. Flack 

W. Conwell Smith 



William P. Cole Jr. 



This Board is incorporated by act of the Legislature of the State, its legal title 
being 'The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland," 
and is independent and self-perpetuating. Its powers are limited to the expendi- 
ture of the interest derived from the various funds, which is applied as directed by 
donors for the benefit of the University. Contributions, donations and bequests 
are solicited from Alumni and friends. They may be made to the general or Uni- 
versity Fund, to the Medical Fund or to any other department of the University. 
If intended for the School of Medicine, they may be given to the general medical 
fund or to some special object, as building, research, hbrary, pathology, hospital, 
publication, laboratories, gymnasium, scholarship, medal, prize, etc., in which 



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case the wishes of the donor will be strictly regarded. Checks should be made 
payable to The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland, 
H. Boyd Wylie, Treasurer, Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore-!, Maryland. 

FORMS OF DEVISE OR BEQUEST 

To Endowment Fund 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University 
of Maryland, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the 
benefit of the Faculty of Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 
To School of Medicine 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Regents of the University of Maryland, a corporation 
incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the benefit of the Faculty of 
Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The University of Maryland School of Nursing offers two programs of 
study: 1. A Basic Professional Program consisting of four calendar years 
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and 2. A Basic 
Program consisting of three calendar years leading to the Diploma in 
Nursing. 

The Basic Professional Program extends over a period of four years. Stu- 
dents in this program complete two academic years of study on the College 
Park campus and the remaining two years on the Baltimore campus. Grad- 
uates of this curriculum are prepared for first-level positions in hospital 
nursing and as beginner-practitioners under supervision in public health 
nursing. 

Graduates who have completed a minimum of two years of college work 
in other approved colleges may be admitted to this program. 

The Basic Program extends over a three year period. This prepares the 
graduate for general nursing practice in hospitals or homes. 

Graduates of either program are eligible to take the Maryland State 
Board Examinations for nurses. 

The School of Nursing makes every effort to conform to the catalogue 
announcements, never-the-less the School reserv^es the right to adapt these 
programs to current needs. 

For information regarding admissions, address inquiries to the Dean of 
the School of Nursing, University of Maryland, Baltimore 1, Maryland. 



128 UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was established 1899 and incorporated 
on December 23, 1901. It is an integral part of Mercy Hospital and is under the 
same government. It is accredited by the Maryland State Board of Examiners 
of Nurses and the National Nursing Accrediting Service. 

Mercy Hospital affords exceptional advantages for the education of nurses. 
It is a general hospital containing 356 beds, and offers opportunities for a thorough 
and varied experience. By its institutional affiliation with the University of Mary- 
land it secures professors who give to the student the results of their training and 
experience in the fields of the medical and related sciences. 



SUBJECT INDEX 

Administrative OflBcers 8 

Admission, Application for 60 

Requirements for 60 

Advancement and Graduation 66 

Advisory Board of the Faculty 9 

Advisory Committee 10 

Alumni Association, officers of 126 

Anesthesiology, Department of 74 

Anatomy, Department of 75 

Developmental 76 

Gross 75 

Microscopic 76 

Neuro 76 

Surgical 76 

Application, for admission 60 

for advanced standing 60 

Art, Department of, as applied to medicine 76 

Assistant(s), Faculty, Listing of 20 

Research 24 

Associates, Faculty, Alphabetic Listing of 15 

Awards offered 70 

Won 114 

Bacteriology and Immunology, Dept. of (see Microbiology) 76 

Baltimore City Hospitals, Staff of 49 

Facilities at 59 

Baltimore Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital Facilities 59 

Bequests, Forms for 127 

Biostatistics, course in (see Hygiene and Public Health) 77 and 82 

Board, Advisory, Faculty 9 

Board of Regents 7 

Buildings and Facilities 56 

Calendar, Academic 1954-55 5 

of days, months, etc 4 

of post graduate training 106 

Cardiology, Division of 77 

Cardio-Pulmonary Physiology, Division of 78 

Certificates, for National and State Boards 69 

qualifjnng, State 63 

Clinic, Medical care, Mercy 47 

University 37 

Clinical Pathology, Division of 78 

Combined courses, Arts and Sciences with Medicine 62 

Committee, Advisory 10 

Executive, University Hospital 26 

Courses, Organization of 74 to 106 

Post Graduate 106 

Curriculum, Organization of 74 to 106 

129 



130 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Dates, opening, closing, examinations, registration, etc . . 5 

Degrees, Combined 62 and 68 

Dentistry, Division of 79 

Departments, Teaching (see alphabetic listing) 74 to 106 

Dermatology and Syphilology, Division of 80 

Developmental Anatomy (see Anatomy) 76 

Director, Baltimore City Hospitals 49 

University Hospital 26 

Dispensary, Building, description of (see Out-Patient Department) 57 

Reports — Mercy 48 

University Hospital 36 and 37 

Staff— Mercy 38 

University Hospital 26 

Embryology (see Anatomy) 76 

Emeriti 9 

Endowment Fund 126 

Equipment, required for students 66 

Examination (s), Eye; before admission 67 

National and State Board 69 

Rules governing 69 

Executive Committee, University Hospital 26 

Eye Examination for Freshmen .... 67 

Faculty of Medicine, Listing of 10 

Advisory Committee of 10 

Board, Advisory, ISIembers of 9 

Fellows, Listing of 22 

Fees, Activity and Services 64 and 65 

Lodging and meals at City Hospitals 64 

Payment of 64 

Penalty for non payment of 64 

Refund of 69 and 70 

Re-examination 65 

Services 64 

Forms, for bequests 127 

Fund(s), Endowment 126 

Loan 73 

Gastro-Enterology, Division of 80 

Genito-Urinary Surgery, Division of (See Urology) . 105 

Geographic distribution of students 125 

Grading system 66 

Graduates, Listing of 113 

Graduation, Rules governing 66 

Gynecology, Dept. of 81 

Health, Student 65 

Histology (see Anatomy) 76 

History of the Medical School 55 

History of Medicine, Dept. of 81 

Holidays, Calendar of 5 

Honors awarded 1 14 

Hospital(s), Baltimore City, Staff of 49 

Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat 59 

Kernan, Staff of 54 and 59 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 131 

Lutheran, Facilities at 6Q 

Mercy, Advisory board of 38 

Board of Governors of 38 

Buildings and Facilities at 58 

Dispensary, Report for 48 

Intern Staff 43 

Resident and Intern Staff 43 

Staff of 38 

University Hospital, 26 

Out Patient Report for 36 

Executive Committee of 26 

Out Patient Department 32 

Resident and Intern Staff 30 

Staff of 26 

Housing, for students 68 

Hygiene and Public Health, Division of 82 

Index of names 134 

Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Division of 83 

Infectious Diseases, Division of 82 

Instructors, faculty, Listing of 17 

Interns, Rotating 31 

Internships, graduates of 1954 114 

Lutheran Hospital, Facilities at 60 

Kernan Hospital for crippled children 54 

Lecturers, faculty, Listing of 17 

Legal Medicine, Division of 83 

Library, facilities 56 

regulations 68 

Staff of the 106 

Loan Funds 73 

Matriculants, September 17, 1953-June 5, 1954 116 

Meals and Lodging, Baltimore City Hospitals 64 

Medical Alumni Association, Officers of 126 

Medical Care, Clinic for, at Mercy Hospital 47 

at University Hospital 37 

of students 65 

Medical School buildings, Description of 56 

History of the 55 

Medicine, Dept. of 84 

Mercy Hospital, Staff of 38 

Microbiology, Dept. of (Bacteriology) 76 

Microscopes, Types and Requirements 67 

Names, Index of 134 

National and State Board Examinations 

Certification to 69 

Neuro Anatomy (see Anatomy) 76 

Neurological Surgery, Division of 87 

Neurology, Division of 87 

Nursing Schools at, 

Mercy Hospital 128 

University Hospital 127 

Obstetrics, Dept. of 88 



132 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Officers, Administrative 8 

Oncology, Division of 89 

Ophthalmology', Dept. of 90 

Organization of Curriculum 74 to 106 

Orthopaedic Surgery, Division of 91 

Otolaryngology, Division of 91 

Otolog>', Division of 92 

Outpatient Department, Mercy Hospital report 48 

University Hospital report 36 

Parldng 68 

Pathology, Dept. of 93 

Pediatrics, Dept. of 94 

Pharmacologj', Dept. of 95 

Physical Diagnosis, Division of 96 

Physiology, Dept. of 96 

Cardio-Pulmonary, Division of 78 

Plastic Surgery. Division of 97 

Postgraduate Calendar 106 

Courses 106 

Lecturers 108 

Preventive Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dept. of 97 

Prizes 70 

Proctolog)', Division of 98 

Professors, alphabetic listing of 10 

Assistant, Listing of 13 

Associate, Listing of 12 

Psychiatry, Dept. of 98 

Public Health, Division of Hygiene and 82 

Qualifying Certificates. State 63 

Radioactive Isotopes, Division of 100 

Radiolog}', Dept. of 101 

Re-examination, Fee for 65 

Refund of fees 70 

Registration, Late, penalty for (see Footnote) 5 

Resignations, How Recorded 10 

Report, Dispensary, Mercy Hospital 48 

University 37 

Requirements for Admission 60 

Research Assistants, Listing of 24 

Residence, Definition of 63 

Rotating Internships 31 and 44 

Rooms, (see Housing) 68 

Rules, General 66 

governing admission 60 

governing advancement 66 

governing equipment 66 

governing graduation 66 

governing transcripts 68 

Library 68 

Schedules, Class 109 to 112 






SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 133 

Scholarships 70 

Schools, of the Universiiy 7 

of nursing, at, — 

Mercy 128 

Uuiv. Hosp 127 

Speech Training, Dept. of 101 

Staflf, Baltimore City Hospitals 49 

Dispensary, Mercy Hospital 44 

Di^ensary, University Hospital 32 

Intern, Mercy Hospital 43 

Intern, University Hospital 30 

Keman Hospital for children 54 

Mercy Hospital 38 

Resident, Mercy Hospital 43 

Resident, University Hospital 30 

University Hospital 26 

State and National Board Examinations 

Certification to 69 

Student(s), activities, fees for 64 

Admission of 60 

Application for admission 60 

calendar of events 5 

fees 64 

Geographic distribution of, September 17, 1953-June 5, 1954 125 

health 65 

Qualifying certificates, State 63 

requirements for admission 60 

Re-examination, Fee for 65 

Resident status, explained 63 

Summary of, September 17, 1953-June 5, 1954 125 

Surgery, Dept. of 102 

Plastic, Division of 97 

Thoracic, Division of 105 

S>'phiIology, (see Dermatology) 80 

Thoracic Surgery', Division of 105 

Transcripts, Cost of 68 

Rules relating to 68 

Tropical Medicine, Division of 105 

Tuberculosis, Division of 105 

University Hospital 26 

Urology, Division of 105 

Withdrawals, and Refunds 70 

X-Ray, Dept. of (See Radiology) 101 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Abeshouse, George Alan, 119 

Abrahams, Stuart Joel, 121 

Abrams, Robert C, 17, 54, 91 

Abrams, Samuel Joseph, 113, 114, 116 

Acton, Conrad B., 15, 32, 84, 93 

Adams, Charles B., Jr., 25, 78, 86 

Adams, Dorothy Doe, 24 

Adams, George, 123 

Adams, Jean, 42 

Adams, John Edward, 119 

Adams, Thurston R., 13, 26, 29, 51, 83, 98, 102, 108, 126 

Adelstein, Benjamin A., 30 

Adkins, Robert Thomas, 119 

Affleck, Garnet E., Jr., 20, 76 

Aftandilian, Emil Emanuel, 121 

Agee, Fred B., 20 

Agruto, Lourdes, 54 

Aisenberg, Myron S., 10, 29, 79 

Albrecht, John George, 118 

Aldis, Henry, 53 

Algire, G. Watson, 8 

Alien, Charles James, 121 

Allen, John M., 31 

Almogela, M. M., 123 

Alonso-Lej, Fernando, 53, 123 

Alvarez, Jose A., 20 

Amberson, William R.. 9, 10, 96 

Andersch, Marie A., 13, 78, 84, 108 

Anderson, A. Russell, 17, 99 

Anderson, Anders W., 20, 86 

Anderson, Daniel Gilliford, 119 

Anderson, Ira B., 43, 125 

Anderson, George W., 50 

Angelo, John J., 20, 97, 124 

Ansberry, Merle, 12, 101 

Apellanes, Alejandro, 123 

Aratoon, Vahram, 20 

Arnold, James G., Jr.. 9, 10, 26, 29, 40, 46, 51, 87, 108 

Arthur, Robert K., Jr., 20, 30 

Ashman, Leon, 15, 45, 85, 96 

Atagun, Mutlu, 52 

Atkinson, Matthew, 52 

Atoynatan, Tanash H., 22 

Ault, Virginia Lee, 119 

Austin, Perry, 52 

Ayd, Frank, Jr., 40, 46 

Azlein, Norma J., 8 

Bacharach, David, 17, 80 
Bacher, Norman M., 30 
Baer, George Kohler, 118 
Baer, Henry Allen, 119 
Baermann, Wilhelm, 123 
Baggott, Bartus T., 39 
Bagley, Charles, Jr., 9. 40, 46, 55 
Bagley, Charles, HI, 23, 99 
Bair, Robert C, 124 
Baitch, Arthur, 113, 114, 116 
Baker, J. Tyler. IS, 88 



Balcerzak, Stanley Paul, Jr., 118 

Baico, Selina Gloria, 121 

Baldwin, Ruth B., 34 

Baldwin. Ruth W., 13, 94 

Ball, James John, 118 

Ballard, Margaret B., 15, 88 

Baltzan, Marcel, 53 

Band, Alice M., 22. 78, 86 

Baranowski, J. A., 124 

Barbusca, Frances S., 24, 79 

Barchet, Stephen, 119 

Barczak, Edward M., 44 

Barnes, James, 53 

Bamett, Donald J., 13 

Bamett, Robert Maitland, Jr., 118 

Barrabee, Edna L., 24 

Barry, Jeanne Ann, 96 

Bathon, Bernard Neil, 121 

Bauer, Robert E., 13, 27, 32, 33, 84, 100, 108 

Bauernschub, George M., Jr.. 44, 113, 114, 116 

Baum, John, 53 

Bazin, Francis, 52 

Bayer, Ira E., 123 

Bazin, Francis J., 123 

Beacham, Edmund G., 13, 52, 84, 96 

Bechtold. Jean Carol, 113, 114, 116 

Beck, George H., 44 

Beck, Harry McB., 20, 34, 39, 40, 46, 88 

Beck, Richard R., 123 

Beeby, James Leonard, 121 

Behr, Eleanor, 43 

Belgrad, Richard, 119 

Bell, Frederick K., 23, 95 

Bell, Herbert S., 30 

Bellomo, Frank Rocco, 119 

Benitez-Van Rhyn, Eugenio Enrique, 118 

Bennion, Jerald Home, 119 

Benshimol, Albert, 54 

Bensusan, Howard B., 13, 96 

Berblinger, Klaus W., 13, 28, 35, 99 

Bereston, Eugene S., 13, 26, 33, 38, 45, 80 

Berger, Maryanne E., 24 

Berger, Ronald Richard, 121 

Berkmen, Yahya, 53 

Berman, Barnett, 52 

Bernardo, Anthony A., 44, 113, 114, 116 

Berry, Robert Z.. 15, 41, 44, 46, 91 

Bemtson, Dale, Rampston, 113, 114, 116 

Berrios-Jiminez, Osvaldo, 123 

Besson, Edwin Henry Taylor, 113, 114, 116 

Bestebreurtje, Annie M., 13, 94 

Betz, Richard Norman, 113, 114, 116 

Beyer, Otto Christian, 118 

Bialek, Stanley Morris, 119 

Biddix, Joseph C, Jr., 10, 29. 79 

Brehl, Harold P., 20, 43, 103 

Bierman, Joseph, 20, 35, 99 

Bimestefer, L. W., 49 

Bird, Joseph G., 95, 108 



134 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



135 



Black, Rodger L., 50 

Blackwell, Arnold Dean, 121 

Blank, Eugene, 31 

Blankenhorn, Briggitte E., 23, 96 

Blankman, Norman, 118 

Blaustein. Bernard D.. 24 

Bleakley, Jane L., 20, 76 

Blue, Morris, Larrie, 119 

Blum, Louis V., 15, 32, 34, 85 

Blumenfeld, Herbert Lee, 113, 114, 116 

Boennec, Yves, 52 

Bollet, Alfred J., 50 

Bondurant, Drewry C, 30 

Bongardt, Henry F., 13, 38, 42, 102 

Bongardt, Henry Francis, Jr., 119 

Borden, Melvin N., 17, 34, 94, 123 

Bordley, John, 51 

Borges, Francis J., 17, 33, 85, 108 

Bormel, Paul, 121 

Boudreau, Robert P., 9, 13, 28, 101 

Bouzoukis, James Kostas, 121 

Bowie, Harry C, 13, 29, 51, 75, 102, 108 

Boyd, C. Holmes, 50 

Boyd, Kenneth B., 20, 88 

Boyle, J. Brooke. Jr., 40. 46 

Bradley, Abert Bennett, 118 

Bradley, J. Edmund, 9, 10, 26, 28, 55, 94, 106, 108 

Brady, Charles W., 30 

Brady, Frank, 49 

Brady, Leo, 13, 26, 81 

Brager, Simon H., 13, 42, 47, 98, 102, 126 

Brahen, Leonard S., 23 

Brambel, Charles E., 38, 44 

Brambel, Charles F., 13, 84 

Brantigan. Otto C, 9, 10, 29, 51, 75, 102, 105, 10 6, 108 

Brennan, Carl, 53 

Brickner, John C, 40, 46 

Briele, Henry A., 15 

Brinkely, G. Ross, Jr., 30 

Brinsfield, Carlton, 17 

Briscoe, Ruth Lee, 9 

Brody, Abraham B., 24 

Bronushas, Joseph B., 86 

B looks, Herbert Edwin, 121 

Brouillet, George H., 17, 102, 108 

Brown, Ann Virginia, 17, 77 

Brown, Ernest Owen, 119 

Brown, Leigh B., 123 

Brown, Lida C, 18, 28, 99 

Brown, Stuart Morton, 113, 114, 116 

Brumbach, Harry, Jr., 124 

Brumback, J. E., Jr., 15, 27, 34, 90 

Brunschwyler, Philip Craig, 118 

Bryson, William J., 18, 93 

Bubert, Howard M., 9, 12, 27, iZ, 84, 108 

Buchanan, George, 52 

Buchness, A. V., 20. 103 

Buck, George H., 9, 26, 106 

Bucy, Donald Louis, 121 

Bulkeley, John Thomas, 121 

Bullard, Foster Lucius, Jr., 118 

Bullock, Allen Culpepper, Jr., 113, 114, 116 

Bundick, William R., 15, 3i, 38, 43, 80 



Bunim, Joseph, 50 

Burchell, Mary Cecelia, 121 

Burgin, Bernard, 18, 85 

Burgison, Raymond M., 9. 13, 95, 108 

Burke, Edmund S., 7 

Burnett, Florence M.. 24, 99 

Burningham, Richard Alvin, 119 

Burns, Albert, 126 

Burns, H. Howard, 41 

Bums, Harold H., 15, 43, 102 

Burns, J. Howard, 40 

Burrows, Elsa A., 24 

Burwell, James Abraham, 120 

Butler, Nancy R., 55 

Butler, Thomas B., 38 

Butt, Harv-ey Rudolph, Jr., 121 

Byerly, M. Paul, 15, 32, 84 

Byrd, Harry Clifton, 7, 38, 126 

Byrne, Robert James. 120 

Cabacungan, Crisologo, 123, 124 

Cader, Gordon, 52 

Calciano, Anthony James, 121 

Callaway, Enoch, Jr., 18, 99 

Callaway, Enoch, III, 28, Z5 

Cameron, Donald Chisholm, 118 

Cameron, Ronald Ross, 121 

Capel, Neal Conrad, 118 

Caplan, Lester H., 18, 34, 94 

Cappuccio, Joseph P., 18, 29, 35, 79 

Carey, Richard A., 45 

Carey, T. Nelson, 9, 10, 27, 32, 39, 84, 108 

Carlin, Robert Anthony, 121 

Carlini, Maria, 53 

Carney, Kathleen, 54 

Carney, Mary Kathleen, 113, 114, 116 

Carr, C. Jellefif, 9, 10, 95, 108 

Carroll, Charles F., Jr., 25, 93 

Carroll, Douglas, 49 

Carroll, Elizabeth, 106 

Carski, Theodore Robert, 120 

Carter, Donald S., 44 

Castellano, James, Jr., 120 

Cavallaro, Joseph William, 118 

Chambers, Edward L.. 40 

Chambers, John W., 18, 40, 46, 87. 103 

Chambers, Thomas R., 9, 42 

Chance, L. T., 20, 103 

Chang, Feng-Hsiao, 123 

Chang, Mary, 123 

Chapman, Constance, 43 

Charles, Roderick Edward, 118 

Chase, James McAllister, Jr., 120 

Chenowith, Robert, 108 

Chester, Alice S., 23, 28, 34, 

Chestnut, Roy. 52 

Chinard, Francis P., 49 

Chisholm, James, Jr., 50 

Christensen, Osborne D., 

Christensen, Thomas A., 

Chun, Gayne, 121 

Cianos, James N., 20, 35, 

Clapp, Clyde A., 9 



99 



15, 88 
18. 94 



103 



136 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Clarke, Carl Dame, 9, 12, 50, 76 
Clayton, Raymond J., Jr., 20, 76 
Clemmens, Raymond L., 18, 34, 94 
% Clough, Lewis, 54 

Close, James McClay, 118 

Coberth, M. E., 54 

CoblenU, Richard G., 9, 10, 29, 40, 51, 87 

Codington, John B., 30 

Coffay, Edmund P., Sr., 20, 85 

Coffin, Grange S., 24, 30, 95 

Cohen, B. Stanley, 18, 49, 85 

Cohen, Earl, 113, 114, 116 

Cohen, Harry, 20, 34, 88, 93 

Cohen, Jonas, 15, 32, 85 

Cohen, Jonas Kolker, 118 

Cohen, Marvin, 121 

Cohen, Morris M., 15, iZ, 80 

Cohen, William, 120 

Cohen, William C, 23 

Cohen, William Coleman, 120 

Coker, Odom N., 123, 124 

Cole, Roger Willard, 118 

Cole, WiUiam P., Jr., 7, 126 

Coles, John, III, 53 

Coles, John H., 125 

Collawn, Thomas Herbert, 120 

Collenberg, H. T., 41, 44 

Collins, Julia A., 55 

Collins, Margaret M., 24, 95 

Compton, Beverley C, 9, 14, 26, 32, 49, 81, 89 

Conley, C. L., 50 

Conlon, Charles C, 38 

Conway, John Vincent, 121 

Cook, E. Ellsworth, Jr., 20, 40, 45, 86 

Cooper, Donald D., 42 

Copeland, Herbert B., 18, 51, 101 

Cordi, Joseph M., 18, 42, 47, 94 

Combrooks, Ernst I., Jr., 12, 26, 32, 81, 89, 108, 126 

Cornell, Roger Detleff, 118 

Comer, George, 50 

Correa, Milagros, 123 

Cotter, Edward F., 9. 12, 27, 32, 84, 87, 103 

Councill, Wilford A., Jr., 20, 43, 47, 105 

Covington, E. Eugene, 16, 35, 89 

Cowan, Thomas Warner, 118 

Cowley, R. Adams, 14, 29, 52, 78, 102, 105, 103, 12? 

Cox, Everard Francis, 118 

Cox, Shirley A., 24 

C«x, William F., Ill, 16, 32, 85 

Coyle, Jean, 54 

Coyle, Jean Marie, 113, 114, 116 

Cresencia, Guillermo, 123 

Crosby, Robert M. N., 16, 35, 40, 47, 51, 87, 94 

Cross, Ernest, Jr., 49 

Cross, Richard J., 18, 28, 34, 36, 90, 91 

Cross, Richard J., Jr., 1C8 

Cross, Sara, 42 

Cruz, Teofilo, 123 

Cunanan, Alejandro, 54 

Cunningham, Raymond M., 15, 29, 36, 93, 98, 103 

Curtis, Rasonond, 51 

Curtiss, Martha, 21, 37 

Cashing, J. G. N., 14, 98 



Dabrzykowski, Geraldine, 43 

Daly, Mary Viola, 118 

Daly, Miriam S., 20, 94 

Dana, Edward R., 16, 42, 47, 101 

Dane, Lear W., 123 

Daniels. Worth B., 49 

Dann, Theodore Alvin, 118 

Darrell, John Joseph, 118 

da Silva, Odilio, 54 

Davenport, Oliver B., 52 

Davenport, Oliver W., 123 

Davidson, Charles N., 9, 12, 26, 28. 101 

Davidson, David Less, 120 

Davies, Ross, 12, 82, 97 

Davis, Bernard M., 30 

Davis, Carl L., 9 

Davis, Fred, 24, 99 

Davis, George H., 16, 27, 34, 88 

Davis, John R., 18, 40, 45, 85 

Davis, Thomas Edward, 118 

Dawson, David F., 123 

Day, Miriam, 34 

Dean, Joseph Oliver, Jr., 121 

Deane, Garrett E., 20, 34, 94 

DeCarlo, John, 14, 51 

DeCarlo, John, Jr., 9, 54, 101, 108 

Deckert, W. Allen, 18, 32, 81, 103 

Decko, Ernest L., 123 

Defendini, Efrain Antonio, 113, 115, 116 

DeHofif, John B., 16, 32. 78, 85 

Deisher, Samuel W., 30 

DeMarco, S., Jr., 43 

Dembo, Donald Howard, 118 

deMoraes, Henrique B., 23, 97, 125 

Dennis, John M., 9, 10, 26, 28, ii, 35, 89, 100, 101, 103 

DePaula, Anthony, 46 

Desai, Bhasker, 5^ 

De Santis, Dorothy, 24, 100 

de Venecia, Nestor F., 30, 125 

DeVincentis, Michael L., 18, 43, 102 

Diaz, Elpidio, 49 

Dickey, Francis G., 14, 84, 108 

Diederichs, Henry August, 118 

Diehl, William K., 14, 26, 32, 49, 81, 89, 106, lOS 

Diggs, Everett S., 14, 26, 81, 89, 108 

Diggs, William S., 32 

DiPaula, Anthony F., 40, 45 

Divers, Harriet B., 78 

Dixon, D. McClelland, 16, 27, 88, 108 

Dobal, Jose, 24 

Dobbs, Edward C, 10, 29, 79 

Dodd, Robert B., 9, 10, 11, 26, 74 

Dodd, William A., 16, 34, 39, 40, 45, 46, 81, 88 

Doeller, Charles H., J ., 39, 40, 45 

Doemer, Wyand F., Jr., 30 

Donner, Leon, 20, 34, 94 

Doran, William Francis, 113, 115, 116 

Dorman, J. William, 50 

Dorsey, Brice M., 11, 28, 35, 79 

Dorsey, James Thomas, 120 

Douglass, Louis H., 9, 10, 11, 26, 27, 50, 88, 108, 126 

Dowell, R. Judson, 30 

Downing, John Dent, Jr., 120 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



137 



Duffy. William C, 18, 39, 40, 45, 81 
Dunlap, Ralph L., 18, 35, 99 
Dunningan, William C, 20, 43, 103 
Dvorine, William, 118 

Easterling, Walter S., 23, 99 

Eastland, J. Sheldon, 12, 38, 39, 45. 84. 108 

Ebeling, Karl W., 45 

Ebeling, William Carl, III, 14, 27, 33, 39. 80, 81 

Eberling. William, 51 

Echiandia, Jos6 Cecilio, 24 

Edlow, Jules, 53 

Edmunds, Page, 9 

Edwards, Arthur G., Jr., 44, 113. 115, 116 

Edwards, C. Reid, 9, 10, 11, 26, 29, 55, 102, IvOS, 126 

Edwards, Monte, 9, 11, 29. 36, 52, 98, 102, 108 

Edwards, Ruth Page, 23 

Egiseder, Ludwig Joseph, 120 

Ehrlich, Daniel, 20, 34, 88 

Ebrensberger, Ray, 11, 101 

Elderkin, Clarence E., 38 

Elgin. Leo W., 23 

Elgin. William W., 14, 98 

Eliason, Harold W., 126 

Ellin. Morton Jack, 113, 115, 116 

Ellis, Francis A., 12, 26, 33. 38. 45, 80 

Ellis, Robert Haig, 113, 115, 116 

Elton, William J., 11, 24 

Engers, John Albert, Jr., 118 

Engnoth, Milton Loring, 121 

Ensor, Robert E., 44 

Ericcson, Arthur Dale, 121 

Erwin, J. J., 16, 39, 40, 46, 81 

Eschiandis, Jose, 100 

Eshelman, Joseph Chalice, 118 

Esmond, William G., 20, 44, 86 

Espinosa, Fabian C, 123 

Estes, James Tilford, 120 

Evans, Henry C, 38 

Evans, Theodore Edward, 113, 115, 116 

Falzone, Joseph, 50 

Fargo, Leon K., 16, 43, 47, 105 

Fariano, Frank, 21 

Farley, Fritzi J., 106 

Farmer, Richard Gilbert, 120 

Fax, Betty J.. 22, 99 

Fearing. William L., 16, 27, 33, 49. 87, 108 

Feldberg, Theodore, 50 

Feldman, Martin Jerome, 118 

Feldman, Maurice, 14, 39, SO 

Feldman, Maurice, Jr., 18, 40, 45, 85 

Feldman, Maurice, Sr., 45 

Feldstcin, Marvin Allen, 121 

Ferguson, Frederick P., 9, 12, 96, 108 

Fernandez, Claudio, 123 

Field, Edward G., 18, 34, 94 

Figge, Frank H. J., 9, 11, 75. 106. 108 

Filtzer, David L., 54 

Finberg, Laurence, 50 

Finegold, Richard Allen, 120 

Fineman, Jerome, 14, 42, 94 

Finesinger, Grace L., 22, 99 



Finesinger, Jacob E., 9, 10, 11, 26, 28, 98, 103 

Finkelstein, A. H., 9, 12, 28, 34, 94, 108 

Fiocco, Vincent James, 121 

Fisher, A. Murray, 50 

Fisher, Donald E., 16 

Fisher, Russell S., 9, 11, 83, 108 

Fisher, William H., 16 

Fitch, Charles T., 31, 113, 115, 116 

Fitch, Harry John, 121 

Fitzgerald, Joseph C, 18, 23, 86 

Fitzpatrick, William N., 18, 28, 35, 99 

Fitzpatrick, Vincent dePaul, Jr., 21, 34, 39, 41, 45, 

46,88 
Flack, Horace E., 126 
Flax, Leonard H., 43 
Flor, Maria Paz, 30 
Flynn, Philip D., 18, 39, 45, 80, 85 
Fogarty, Patricia, 43 
Ford, Frank, 50 
Forrest, Jane Wray. 23, 95 
Forrest, O. Norman, Jr., 44, 113, 115, 116 
Fort, Wetherbee, 14, 39, 84, 106 
Foster, Giraud Vernara, 120 
Fox, Samuel L., 12, 91, 96 
Framm, Daniel Herschel, 44, 113, 115, 116 
Franco, Jorge Alfonso, 24, 120 
Franklin, Marshall Burton, 120 
Fravel, Richard C. 44 
Frederick, James Nelson, 118 
Freed, Malcolm Felix, 113, 115, 116 
Freedom, Leon, 12, 27, 87 
Freeman, Irving, 16, 33, 85 
Freimuth, Henry C, 14, 83 
Frey, Edward L., Jr., 42, 47 
Freytag, Ella, 25, 83 
Friedenwald, Edgar B., 9, 41 
Friedman, Marion, 21, 86 
Friedman, Paul N., 27 
Fries, Annelies, 54 
Friskey, George Hamilton, 118 
Fritz, George Suppes, 113, 114, 115, 116 
Fritz, Louis A., 30 
Froehlinger, Richard A., 38 
Frohlich, Edward David, 120 
Fruth, Richard Lawrence, 113, 115, 116 
Funk, Audrey M., 78. 85 
Funkhouser, George Richard, 113, 115, 116 
Furnari, Joseph, 16, 18, 32, 33, 78, 85 
Fusco, Joseph D., 38, 45 
Futterman, Perry O., 16, 32, 33, 78 

Gable, Walter DeLay, 113, 114, 115, 116 

Gagneten, Alfredo H., 30 

Gallaher, James P., 30 

Gallo, Sebastian John. 121 

Galloway, Charles Barton, 118 

Galvin. Gerald A., 39, 45, 49 

Galvin, William L., 38 

Garcia, Ignacio T., 123 

Garcia, Liborio C. 44 

Garcia, Nicholas C, 44 

Garcia, Nicolas Antonio. Ill, 121 

Garcia, Oscar P., 123 



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Garcia, Rafael, 53 

Gardner, F. Sidney, Jr., 30 

Gardner, Maud M., 55 

Gareis, Louis C, 16, 18, 27, 50, 88, 93 

Garlick, William L., 12. 43, 47, 52, 102, 105 

Gaskel, Jason H., 16, 41, 46, 91 

Gatdusek, D. Carleton, 18 

Gauld, John Ross, 118 

Gauthier, Donald William, 121 

Gaver, Grayson W., 11, 29, 79 

Gay, Awilda, 25, 86 

Gayoso, Alejzndro, 52 

Gelhaus, Vernon M., 23, 118 

Geller, Joseph J., 25 

Gellman, Moses, 12, 29, 54, 91 

Gentry, William D., 21, 34, 39, 41, 45, 46, 88 

Geraghty, Frank J., 14, 27, 84, 126 

Geraghty, William R., 21, 102 

Gerber, Allen Sidney, 121 

Gerlach, James J., 21, 36, 41, 44, 46, 92 

Gerwig, John Monroe, Jr., 113, 115, 116 

Gessner, John Edward, 113, 115, 116 

Ghazi, Bozorg Taghi, 121 

Gibbes, Robert W., 30 

Gibbs, Gordon E., 12, 28, 94 

Gifford, George Edmund, Jr., 118 

Gilbert, Charles Richard, 21 

Gilbert, Verne Ephraim, 121 

Gilkes, Evan, 123 

Gillis, Andrew C, 9, 40, 46 

Gillis, Donald A., 44 

Gillis, Francis W., 14, 43, 47, 105 

Gilmore, George Travers, 118 

Gilmore, Loretta Ann Kurz, 121 

Ginsburg, Leon, 55 

Glass, Marion C, 99 

Glasser, Richard L., 23, 96 

Glick, Louis Michael, 113, 115, 116 

Glick, Samuel S., 14, 34. 94 

Glinos, Eleanor B., 25, 77 

Gochocho, Jacinto, 44 

Goco, Romulo V., 123 

Goldberg, Julian Robert, 118 

Goldiner, Marvin Alfred, 118 

Goldsmith, Ralph Samuel, 113, 114, 115, 116 

Goldstein, Albert E., 9, 14, 93. 108, 126 

Goldstein, Marvin, 18, 32, 85 

Goldstein, Robert B., 31, 113, 115, 116 

GoUey, K. W., 40 

Golpira, AtaoUah, 53 

Golton, Harold, 29 

Gomez, Jaime V., 124 

Goodman, Howard, 18, 34, 94 

Goodman, Julius, 43 

Goodman, Louis E., 18, 35, 89, 102 

Gordon, Bernard S., 18, 28, 35, 99 

Gorten, Martin K., 21, 25, 95, 99 

Goshom, Gary Swan, 118 

Govatos, George, 14, 102 

Granoff, H. L., 18 

Grant. Harry Clifford, Jr., 121 

Grant, James P., 123 

Greco, William R.. 30 



Green, David C. 31 

Greenhill, Maurice H., 9, 11, 28, 35, 98, 108 

Grenell, Robert G., 14, 99 

Grenzer, William H., 21, 40, 45, 86 

Grigoleit. Alfred William, 120 

Griswold. Robertson, 126 

Gross, Richard J., 18 

Guerin, Paul F., 16, 83 

Guido, Angelino, 21 

Guitterrez, Albert R., 30, 125 

Gundry, Lewis P., 12, 27, 36, 84, 108 

Gunning, Jean- Jacques, 113, 115, 116 

Gutierrez, Albert R., 30, 125 

Gutman, Isaac, 16, 41, 46, 51, 54, 91 

Guttmacher, Manfred S., 12, 28, 35, 98 

Guyther, J. Ray, 123 

Gyorkey, Francis, 53 

Hachtel, Frank W., 9 

Hackett, Paul R., 9, 12. 26, 75 

Haines, John S., 14, 43, 47, 105 

Halgrimson, Kenneth Wayne, 113, 115, 116 

Hamberry, Leonard G., 21, 43, 103 

Hamblin, Eldon Benorr, 121 

Hamman, John Henry, Jr., 122 

Hanmier, Charles John, Jr., 113, 115, 116 

Hammond, Anthony Francis, Jr., 122 

Hangshiro, Paul Katsuto, 122 

Haneke, August B., 38 

Hankin. Samuel J., 18, 85 

Hannan, Alice R., 47 

Hannan, Leon, 47 

Hardy, Janet B., 17 

Harne, O. G., 8, 9, 10, 12, 75 

Harne, William G., 95 

Harris. Daniel Bernard, 118 

Harrison, Harold E., 50 

Hartman, John Frederick, 113, 114, 115, 117 

Harvey, Harold Dewey, 113, 115, 117 

Hartz, Alvin J., 85 

Harvey, A. M., 50 

Harvin, Marie, 106 

Hatfield, William Henry, 113, 115, 117 

Haupt, Thomas D., 21, 35, 99 

Hawkins, Charles W., 18 

Hawkins. Josias Henry, Jr., 120 

Hayes, James Westcott, 113, 115, 117 

Hayleck, Mary L., 18, 34, 94 

Haynes, John, 53 

Haynes, John D., 124 

Headley, Robert Nelson, 120 

Headley, William McKendree, 113, 115, 117 

Healy, Robert F., 18, 102 

Hearst, Bella R., 23 

Hebb, Donald B., 21, 51, 105 

Hecker, Alvin Wilfred, 118 

Heimer, William L., 23, 25 

Heineberg, Hannelore, 53 

Heinz, Elizabeth C, 18, 76 

Heisse, Claire K., 25, 95 

Heisse, John W., Jr., 43 

Heldrich, Frederick J., 42, 47, 94 

Heldrich, Frederick J., Jr., 21 



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Helfrich, Raymond F., 16, 42, 102 

Helfrich, William G., 16, 85, 96 

Helinski, Donald, 23, 77 

Hellen, L. Ann, 18, 78, 85 

Hemminger, Violet, 54 

Henderson, Charles Morgan, 122 

Henderson, Neil Carlton, 120 

Hendrickson, Carolyn F., 25, % 

Herbst, Edward J., 9, 12, 77 

Herbst, Harry Herman, 118 

Herman, Nathan B., 108 

Herrmann, Ernest C, Jr., 23 

Herspberger, W. Grafton, 16, 84 

Herspberger, Webb Selhnan, 120 

Hettleman, Harold Jack, 122 

Hickman, Robert Othello, 122 

Hicks, Hugh R., 29 

Higgs, James A., Jr., 44 

Hightower, John A., 18, 21 

Higman, Henry Booth, 118 

Himmelfarb, Sylvia, 18, 96 

Himmler, Walter Norman, 118 

Hirano, Kaneo, 23 

Hirschfield, John H., 18, 28, 52, 92 

Ho, Richard Koon Bow, 122 

Hobelman, Charles F., 18, 49, 75 

Hoffberger, Samuel H., 38 

Hoffman, Lee, 120 

Hogan, John F., 14, 36, 105 

Holbrook, William A., 21, 30, 103 

Holcombe, Robert Calkins, 113, 115, 117 

Holdefer, Wilfred Ferber, Jr., 122 

Holden, William B., 30 

Hollander, Mark B., 16, 33, 80 

HoUister, William, Jr., 118 

Hollies, Henry W. J., 16, 32, 37, 84 

Holter, Edward F., 7 

Hooper, Virgil Roy, 120 

Hooper, Z. Vance, 16, 80 

Hopf, Edward W., 44, 113, 115, 117 

Hopkins, John V., 21 

Hopkins, Peter Holmes, 118 

Horine, Cyrus F., 12, 102 

Horner, Shirley, 42 

Houpt, William P., 44, 113, 115, 117 

Howard, J. E., 50 

Howell, Clewell, 16, 94 

Hubbard, J. Donald, 18, 93 

Hudson, Paul Carroll, 118 

Huffer, Sarah V., 21, 99 

Huffer, Virginia, 28, 30 

Hughes, Calvin, 53 

Hughes, James Lewis, 118 

Hughes, William Francis Xavier, 122 

Hull, Harry C, 9, 11, 29, 102, 108, 126 

Hulme, Norman A., 23 

Hummel, Ralph Turner, 120 

Hundley, J. Mason, Jr., 9, 10, 11, 32, 81, 89, 

Hunt, Thomas E., Jr., 31, 113, 115, 117 

Hunter, L. Virginia, 30 

Hurst, Julia Neil, 25, 95 

Hurwitz, Gilbert Earl, 120 

Hutchins, Elliott H., 11 



Hyman, Calvin, 18, 102 
Hymen, Nathan B., 21, 101 
Hyson, John M., 31 

Ibanez, Ricardo, 30 

Inman, Conrad L., 18, 29, 38. 45, 79 

Ireland, John, 53 

Isaacs, Benjamin H., 14, 41, 44, 46, 91 

Ivens, Berry Irene, 120 

Ives, Betty I., 25 

Iwantsch, Alfred Edmund, 118 

Jachimczyk, Joseph A., 18 

Jackson, Thomas David, 120 

Jacobson, Meyer W., 14, Zl, 52, 84 

Jaffe, Albert, 12, 94 

Jaffe, Marvin, 18, 28. 35, 99 

Jaffe, Stanley, Zi 

James, Walter Edward, 118 

Jelenko, Carl, 122 

Jennings, F. L., 9, 42 

Jeppi, Joseph V., 41, 46 

Jerardi, Joseph V., 16, 38, 43, 102 

Jewett, Hugh J., 16, 52, 105 

Johnson, Edward S.. 12, 102 

Johnson, Elizabeth, 43 

Johnston, Daniel Fulper, 23, 120 

Johnston, Ruth Hall, 25 

Jones, Dennis T., 30 

Jones, Everett D., 21, 36. 41, 46, 51, 54, 91 

Jones, Norman Paul, 122 

Jones, Richard A., 44, 113, 115, 117 

Jones, Rosella Edith, 113, 115, 117 

Josephs, David, 42, 47, 94 

Joslin, C. Loring, 11, 28, 94 

Kader, Marshall I., 19 

Kahan, Edwin Louis, 122 

Kakvan, Mohamed, 54 

Kallins, Edward S., 19, ZZ, 85 

Kaltreider, D. Frank, 9, 12, 26, 27, 50, 88, 108 

Kammer, William H., 39, 45 

Kammer, William H., Jr., 85 

Kane, Harry F., 19, 39, 40, 46, 81 

Kanner, Albert V., 23, 120 

Kaplan, Irvin Bernard, 113, 115, 117 

Kaplan, Louis P., 7 

Kaplan, Robert Martin, 120 

Kappelman, Murray M., 23, 118 

Kardash, Theodore. 16. 19, 23, 32, 34, 81, 88, 93, 108 

Karfgin, Arthur, 16, 40, 45, 84 

Karfgin, Walter, 16, 32, 85 

Karns, Clyde F., 19, 102 

Karns, James R., 9, 14, 27, 32, 65, 84, 93 

Kasik, Frank T., 21, 45, 86 

Kasik, Frank T., Jr., 40 

Kayser, Fayne A., 12, 41, 91 

Keefe, Raymond Bernard, 113. 115, 117 

Keefe, William Peter, 118 

Keegan, James Thomas, 118 

Keifer, Lester, 19. 93 

Keigler, Norma May, 23. 76 

Keil, August, Jr., 35 



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Kellam, Sheppard Gordon, 120 

Keller, Marcia M., 31 

Kelley, Vernon C, 21, 34,88 

Kelly. John Edward, Jr.. 120 

Keraick, Ir^in B., 19, 33, 85 

Kemler, Joseph I., 16, 41, 90 

Kenly, Elizabeti, 42 

Kennedy, William Frank, Jr., 122 

Keown, Lauriston L., 19, 85, 96 

Kessler, Gerald, 23 

Kessler, William A., 53 

Kiel, Ausust, Jr.. 21, 87 

Kiester, Thomas Edward, 113, 115, 117 

Kimmel, Louis Edmund, Jr., 118 

King, Charles Herschel, 120 

King, Daniel Denoon, Jr., 118 

King, John T., 50 

King, Joseph D. B., 49 

Kipnis, David M,, 21, 30, 86 

Kirby, William Henry, Jr., 118 

Kirk, Florence R., 106 

Kirkpatrick, Crawford, 49 

Kitiowski, Edward A., 9, 11, 42, 47, 52, 54, 97, 101 

Kitts, Albert W., 16 

Klatt, Kenneth Munson, 120 

Klemkowski, Irvin P., 21, 34, 88 

Klohr, Edward S., Jr., 31, 113, 115, 117 

Klugman. Yale Lee, 118 

Knotts, Benjamin Franklin, Jr., 113, 115, 117 

Knotts, E. Paul, 7 

Knowles, F. Edwin, Jr., 14 

Knowles, Paul W., 23, 120 

Kochman. Leon A., 19, 33, 85 

Kogan, Leonard Louis, 122 

Kohl, Schuyler, G.. 19 

Koller, Elmer Curtis, Jr., 120 

Koons, Charles Ronald, 119 

Koontz, Amos, £1 

Krager, John M., 30 

Krahl, Vernon E.. 9, 12, 75, 108 

Kramer, Bernard, 120 

Kramer, H. Coleman, 120 

Kramer, Morton David, 119 

Krantz. John C, Jr., 9, 10, 11, 95, 106, 108 

Krause, Louis A. M., 9, 11, 27, 39, 50, 81, 84, 106, 108 

Kreig, Edward L. J., 19, 93 

Kremen, A., 19, 20 

Kress, Scheldon, 120 

Krevans, Julius, 49 

Krieg, Edward L. J., 19, 93 

Krone, William Frank, Jr., 119 

Kronthal, Herbert Lee, 122 

Kudlrka, Justin, 123 

Kuene, Frank G., 25 

Kuehn, Frank G., 30, Zi, 86 

Kumar, Hans, 54 

Kyper, Frederick T., 12, 28, 51, 91 

LaForge, Elizabeth, 16, 99 

Lancaster, Louis James, 120 

Lancaster, Robert Gregory, 119 

Landowne. Milton, 49 

Langeluttif, H. Vernon, 12, 27, 39, 52, 84 



Langenfelder, Henry .\., ?-.0 

Lansinger, Donald Tyson, 122 

Lanzi, Joseph Gabriel, 120 

Largey, David Poole, 122 

Lasagnia, Louis, 50 

Lasher, Jay D., 124 

Laster, James Preston, 122 

Laver, Ra>Tnond M., 21, ii, 85 

Laughlin, Carl Patrick, 120 

Laughlin, Joseph Chorpening, 122 

Lavenstein, .\rnold F., 19, 94, 108 

Lavine, Stanford .\be, 113, 115, 117 

Lavy, Xorman W., 23, 119 

Lazaro, Benigno Del R., 123 

Lazauskas, .Algert P., 19 

Leach, C. Edward, 14, 26, 27, ii, 11, 84, 108 

Lee, Matthew Hung Mun. 120 

Legaspi, Anselmo B., 123 

Legge Kenneth D., 11, 43, 47, 105 

Legum, Samuel, 14, 49, 84, 96 

Leighton, Herbert H., 30 

Leighton, Richard Frederick, 119 

Leipold, Ernest Adam, Jr., 119 

Lemmert, William .^rden, 120 

Lenker, Luther k., 124 

Lennon, M. Patricia, 47 

Lentz. George Alvin, Jr., 122 

Lerman, Lee R., 21, 33, 80 

Lerner, Philip P., 14, 40, 46, 87 

Lerner, Sidney Isaac, 122 

Leslie, Franklin A., 19 

Leslie, Franklin E., 85, 96 

Levin, H. Edmund, 16, 76 

Levin, Herbert Joseph, 113, 115, 117 

Levin, Manuel, 33 

Levin, Xorman, 21, 32, 34, 81, 88 

Levin, Richard Leonard, 122 

Levine, Hilbert M., 44, 113, 115, 117 

LevT, David A., 31, 113, 114, 115, 117 

Levy, Kurt, 16, 32, 84, 124 

Levy, Stephen, 32 

Lewandowski, -Anthony Adam, 119 

Leyno, Jorge R.. 124 

Liang, Howard S., 19, 75 

Libo, Lester M., 14, 35, 99 

Lieberman, Alfred, 51 

Lindenberg. Richard, 16, 83 

Ling, Johnson S. L., 23 

Lipinski, L3'dia D., 25 

Lippitt, Gordon Leslie, 24 

Lippman, Eli M., 55 

Lisansky, Ephraim T., 12, 27, 28, 32, 35, 39, 84, 99, 

Little, Joan W., 25, 80 

Littleton, John Breckenridge, 120 

Litton, Robert D., 31 

Liu, Ann L., 25 

Liu, Ray, 49 

Liu, Sze-Jui, 23, 82, 86 

Lloyd, Oliver, 126 

Lloyd, William Thomas, 120 

Lo, Wilson, 52 

Loewald, Hans W., 14, 28, 35. 98 

Loker, F. Ford, 16, 43, 102 



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Lombana, Santiago, 30 

Long, Edgar F., 8 

Ling, William B., 16 

Long. William B., Jr., 126 

Lon*?o, Frank Walter, 110 

Longo-Cordero, Rafael, 30 

Looff, David H., 23, 113, 115, 117 

Looper, John W., Jr., 30 

Lopez, Jose E., 31 

Lopez, Lorenzo B., 124 

Love, Thomas Ankarcrona, 120 

Lord, Mason, 53 

Love, William S., Jr., 9, 11, 27, 77, 84, 108 

Lovejoy, Arthur O., 7 

Lovitt, William V., Jr., 14, B3, 108 

Lutz. John F., 14 

Lynch, Peter Paul, 122 

Lynn, William D., 21, 35, 103 

Lyons, Barbara A., 19 

Lytton, Sidney Melbourne, Jr., 119 

MacAllister. Fern E., 21, 99 

Macek, Francis John, Jr., 122 

Mack, H. Patterson, 9, 14, 75 

Mackia, Mehdi, 53 

Maggid, Gerald Norton, 120 

Maginnis, Helen 1., 19, 81 

Magladery, J. W., 50 

Magness, Stephen L., 21, 85 

Magruder, William W., 19. 28, 35, 99 

Mahon, Robert Joseph, 120 

Mangus, Samuel James, 120 

Mann, Martha, 53 

Mansberger, Arlie R., Jr., 21 

Mansdorfer, G. Bowers, 16, 41, 46, 94 

Mansfield, W. Kenneth, Jr., 21, 34, 88 

Marcus, Moore, 124 

Markley, Raymond L., 21, 32, 49, 81 

Markowitz, Milton, 51 

Marr, William, 5